By Liu Delian, Liu Xiaoyu
New phrases of this textbook are past the second-degree phrases chosen from the Syllabus of chinese language phrases and Characters.The texts are in accordance with day-by-day convernsations to educate newcomers bright and typical dialogues.
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He introduced this idea only at the very end of his contribution to Session 7: The Dictionary in a short article entitled "The Solution of MT Linguistic Problems Through Lexicography" (Reifler 1961c). Reifler was dealing here with what he termed "pseudo-idioms" like the expression "the basic idea" in English. Such expressions are extremely numerous in all languages, usually consist of several free-form constituents, and are not recorded in dictionaries because the meaning of the parts is intelligible to all readers.
4L 1421-1428. Richens, R. H. and Booth, A. D. 1955. "Some methods of mechanized translation". Machine translation of languages, ed. N. D. Booth, 24-46. : Technology Press of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Weaver, Warren. 1949. "Translation". [Repr. Machine translation of languages, ed. N. D. Booth, 15-23. ] Biographical details of the author Lew R. Micklesen (born 9 January 1921 in Red Wing, Minnesota; married, with two sons and one daughter). S. D. Navy Academy 1945-46; Air Force Russian Program, Syracuse University, 1951-52; Dept.
Since MT had and has a rather narrowly circumscribed area of lexical interest - contemporary scientific prose, we decided to gather a basic vocabulary of general scientific terms and general-language terms likely to occur in scientific texts. There was no ready-made source for this kind of lexical material in Russian; so we chose 111 one- or two-page passages from 105 different texts representing 40 fields and subfields of science. In this way we acquired a wide variety of technical terms, many of which had multiple meanings both technical and nontechnical.