In this article, the author carries out discussion in terms of aspects including the relationship between language and culture, the influences of cultural background towards translation teaching and how to make use of translation course to conduct culture teaching etc.
This paper,beginning with the modern network,explores the design of a new class pattern in which,based on online multimedia environment,under the guidance of the teachers,students can play the main role in College English learning so as to improve students' autonomous learning abilities to use English.
The paper, by employing the four - stage analysis technique advocated by Block in 2003, gives a textual analysis of "The Case Against Grammar Correction in L2 Writing Classes" (Truscott, 1996) from Language Learning, and expounds how research article writers use citations to express their critical objections to others' academic views.
本篇选取《语言学习》(Language Learning)期刊中的《第二语言写作课堂语法纠正法之辩驳》(The Case Against Grammar Correction in L2 Writing Classes)(Truscott,1996)为例采用Bloch(2003)所建议的四步分析法进行章句分析,论述研究型论文的作者们如何使用引证来表达自己对前人文献或他人学术观点的批判性异议。
The qualitative findings are: (i) omitting or reducing some information was the major strategy for the subject to fit the talk into reduced time available, however, the subject was also able to change some grammatical constructions or use some subordinate clauses;
We use the theory of tilting modules for algebraic groups to propose a characteristic free approach to "Howe duality" in the exterior algebra.
For the case of positive characteristic we use the classification of finite irreducible groups generated by pseudoreflections due to Kantor, Wagner, Zalesski? and Sere?kin.
In the interesting case when the group is of Coxeter typeDn (n≥4) we use higher polarization operators introduced by Wallach.
We also use known results about canonical bases forUq2 to get a new proof of recurrent formulas for KL polynomials for maximal parabolic subgroups (geometrically, this case corresponds to Grassmannians), due to Lascoux-Schützenberger and Zelevinsky.
We use invariant theory to compute the exact number of nonzero idempotents of an arbitrary 2-dimensional real division algebra.