Cognitive Process of Translation Based on Fillmore’s Scenes and Frames Theory
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It is Documented That the Activity of Translation Can Be Traced Back to the Year 2000 Bc,However, It Was Only Several Decades Before Translation Studies Was Founded to Make a Further Research. in 1974, the American Translation Theorist James Stratton Holmes, Who is Considered as the Founder of the Translation Studies, Puts Forward the Three Branches of the Descriptive Translation Studies (Dts), Including the Product-Oriented, Function-Oriented and Process-Oriented Studies. and the First Two Has Been Made the Greatest Progress While for the Latter One, There is Still a Long Way to Go in Order to Decrypt the “Black Little Box” in the translator’s Brain. by Illustrating the Domestic and International Status Quos of Cognitive Process and the Traditional Methods of Cognitive Processes, the Author Tries to Analyze What Has Been Achieved and Their Weaknesses. However, Not All of the Translation Sentences Are the Copies of Grammars But Rather the Creative Translation. with the Fillmore’s Scenes and Frames Semantic Theory, the Author Puts Forward Another Way of How translator’s Mind Works in Their Translation.
Translation Cognitive Process; Unit; Creative Translation; Fillmore’s Scenes and Frames