Gholamreza Medadian

Gholamreza Medadian
University of Isfahan · Faculty of Foreign Languages

PHD candidate

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Introduction
Gholamreza Medadian works at the English Department, Hazrate-e Masoumeh University, Qom. Gholamreza does research in Semantics and pragmatics of modality and corpus-based works on cross-linguistic translation.

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در این مطالعه ابتدا برخی از دسته‌بندی‌های محققان از معانی غیرمعرفتی توانستن، شدن و بایستن را به‌ صورت ‌اجمالی مورد‌ بررسی ‌قرار ‌دادیم و مشاهده‌نمودیم که اغلب آنها، که عمدتاً از چارچوب پالمر پیروی‌کرده‌اند، معیارهای آشکاری را برای تفکیک و طبقه‌بندی معانی غیرمعرفتی این فعل‌ها از هم ارائه‌نکرده‌اند و با اتخاذ رویکردی کمابیش معنایی-نحوی بیشتر به توصیف...
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In this paper we propose a more explicit framework for definition and evaluation of objectivity and (inter)subjectivity in the modality domain. In the proposed operational framework, we make a basic distinction between the modality notions that serve an ideational function (i.e., dynamic modal notions) and those with an interpersonal function (i.e....
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Various scholars from different schools of thought have proposed criteria and/ or models or translation assessment. Surprisingly, almost none of them are tailor-made for a manageable summative evaluation of student translation. That is why most translation teachers still draw on holistic and traditional methods of translation evaluation in their ex...
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Surprisingly, translator training in distance learning is under-researched in Translation Studies and the scholars in the field have simply ignored the fundamental differences between distance and traditional modes of translator training. This study is a preliminary attempt to draw attention to this neglected area of research. Firstly, the study ma...
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This study aimed to investigate the Iranian language learners' ideas of the ideal English lesson. Two kinds of English lessons, form-focused and communicative were taken into account. Moreover, the current study set out to investigate the relationship between the learners' conceptions of ideal lesson and their gender. The collection of data was acc...
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The broad purpose of this study was to investigate the differences in the use of pragmatics by non-native and native speakers of English in their e-mail requests: A study which bridged the quantitative and qualitative methodologies. It drew upon exploring per-locutionary effect and politeness level of requests. In this study, 40 non-native and nati...
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Dubbing TV series which include many characters with different idiolects and intra-linguistic variations is a very demanding task for every dubbing team. Although dubbing directors are aware of the existence of various idiolects in their projects and try to reflect the variations, this can be done in a more organized fashion which can improve the q...

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