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    Default The model of translation.

    Hello!

    If you can, please help me with one question:
    What is the model of translation that the following scheme illustrates?

    Thank you a lot!
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    Default Re: The model of translation.

    I cannot open the file, and many people will not even try to open an attachment they do not know or trust.

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    Default Re: The model of translation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I cannot open the file, and many people will not even try to open an attachment they do not know or trust.
    To avoid any risk, upload it on Google Docs and take a look at it in your browser. If it were a malicious file (even it is not an executable file, the file might be a specially crafted one which could exploit certain weaknesses of your .doc viewer - usually Microsoft Word - in order to attack your system), it would not be able to affect your system.

    If you want more information (technical information, other preventive measures), you can always contact me via PM.

    Sorry if this is a little bit off topic, but I thought it would be good advice.

    However, this seems to be the raw content (no formatting) of the file:



    TT
    ST
    Translator
    SL

    TL

    Communication
    aim
    Situation
    Information
    Collocation
    Lexical units



    Lexical units
    Collocation
    Information
    Situation
    Communication
    aim



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    Default Re: The model of translation.

    Why can't you open the file? There is only one scheme. And it's safe.

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    Default Re: The model of translation.

    Maybe, the following picture would be better:
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    Default Re: The model of translation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    That may or may not be, but the point is that this is a forum dedicated to the proper usage of English. If you want to have someone review your written material, display it so that everyone can easily read it. I, for one, am very apprehensive about opening unknown files and, as a rule, will not open such files.
    I agree. In fact, I advise members not to open unknown files.

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