ALRJournal. 2021; 5(8): 80-86 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2021.27870
FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC DISCOURSE
, Shkola Olena2
, Iryna Denysovets3
, Halyna Broslavska4
, Nataliia Kononets51
Department of Physical Education and Health, Physical Therapy, Ergotherapy with Sports Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation, Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy, Poltava, Ukraine.2
Department of Physical Education, Municipal Establishment «Kharkiv Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy» of Kharkiv Regional Council, Kharkiv, Ukraine.3
Department of Ukrainian Studies, Culture and Documentation National University «Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic», Poltava, Ukraine.4
Department of Mathematics and Physics, Municipal Establishment «Kharkiv Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy» of Kharkiv Regional Council, Kharkiv, Ukraine.5
Department of Pedagogy and Social Sciences, Higner Educational Establishment of Ucoopspilka «Poltava University of Economics and Trade», Poltava, Ukraine.
The article provides a comprehensive analysis of English terms of financial and economic discourse: their structure, semantics, features of functioning and translation. It was found that the peculiarities of the language of financial and economic texts is a low degree of emotionality, active use of professional terminology, figurative expressions as metaphors, winged expressions and figurative clichés. It was investigated that the most common and convenient tool for their translation is the choice of dictionary equivalent, in particular such varieties as translation by lexical equivalent (45.3 %) and translation by search for a variant match (10.1 %), which is natural, because this method is usually the most common when translating texts of many other types. The second most frequently used is transcoding, in particular, its varieties such as transcription (3.3 %), transliteration (4.3 %), mixed transcoding (14.3 %) and adaptive transcoding (11.7 %). Tracing (8.3 %) and descriptive translation (2.7 %) were less frequent.Keywords:
translation analysis, tracing, translation, term, transcoding, financial and economic discourse.
Valeriy Zhamardiy, Shkola Olena, Iryna Denysovets, Halyna Broslavska, Nataliia Kononets. FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC DISCOURSE. ALRJournal. 2021; 5(8): 80-86
Corresponding Author: Valeriy Zhamardiy, Ukraine
Manuscript Language: English