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Nazemian R. A Linguistic Strategy in translation of Quran from the perspective of language’s roles functionalism. QHTS 2016; 3 (5) :185-214
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This paper criticize the adopting a uniform approach in translation of the Qur'an to deal with different verses with different subjects, objectives and modes of expression. The important issue is that to adopt a uniform approach in translations of the different verses to how much different verses can be translated offer,and which method can apply a procedure that can fit the theme and purpose and style of verses in translation?The method of research will be analytical -comparative. It is referred to two theories in the analysis section.1- Function of language translation theory which argues roles to achieve balance in the translation and the translation method should be chosen according to the function of language. 2- Coherence theory argues that the Quran while having the consistency overall, the signs are looking at a variety of objectives and tailored to the variety of methods with using different methods of expression.The two arguments for the translation of the Quran have concluded that the type of language function in the production of each verse should fit the themeand target accuracy and mutually of the verses.In comparison method, four samples from four different translation methods are selected and in these four verses will be analyzed with different expression of the comparative analysis.This analysis show that each of the methods encountering a verse,in reaching equilibrium in translation from the perspective of language function has been more successful than other methods.
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Received: 2016/05/3 | Accepted: 2016/07/29 | Published: 2016/08/22

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