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Title: 法律英语条件句的写作和翻译
Other Titles: Composing and translating conditional clauses in legal texts
Authors: Li, K
Keywords: Grammatical analysis
Operative analysis
Legal action
Legal subject
Conditional clause
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: 中国翻译编辑部编
Source: 中国翻译 (Chinese translators journal), 2008, no. 4, p. 71-77, 96 How to cite?
Journal: 中国翻译 (Chinese translators journal) 
Abstract: 本文從對法律文本的操作分析入手,將典型的法律句式分為法律主體、法律行為以及情況或條件等三大要素。由此推斷及論證程式化的法律句子由兩種基本成分構 成:包含法律主體和行為的主句,與確立條件、資格或性質的條件從句。本文重點論述法律條件句中最常用的6組共8個主要引導詞的作用,對 if;where;when;in case,in the event that;should;provided,providing等詞的用法和差異作了較系統的介紹和辨析,同時還對其適當的漢譯對應詞作了推介。
Operative analysis is instrumental to the training of legal writers and translators.A careful analysis of legal texts from an operative perspective often leads to the identification of three elements in them,i.e.,the legal subject,the legal action and the case or condition.These elements constitute the two syntactic parts of any formalized legal sentence:the main clause,which is constituted of the first two, and the conditional clause, which determines the qualifications and the circumstances of the case concerned and is hence made up of the last element. Calling attention to 6 sets of conjunctive words or phrases frequently used to introduce conditional clauses in legal texts, this study discusses the subtle differences in the ways theses words function, and recommends appropriate strategies for turning them into Chinese.
ISSN: 1000-873X
Rights: © 2008 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
© 2008 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research use.
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