Analysis of English-Chinese Interpretation from the Perspective of Cognitive Psychology
Listening, memorizing, transferring and reproducing are the four basic steps in the process of English- Chinese (E-C thereafter) interpretation. To successfully accomplish the interpretation process, the interpreter should act well through all these steps. This paper separately analyzes the steps of E-C interpretation from the perspective of cognitive psychology. Moreover, the analysis also suits for interpretation between another two languages, and it provides reference and guide for interpreters and learners.
Key words: Interpretation; Cognitive psychology; Process
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