Denina O.O. USING A TRANSLATION TRANSFORMATION TO ACHIEVE ADEQUATE TRANSLATIONAdequate, or as it is called, an equivalent translation is made at the necessary and sufficient level for transmission of constant plan of content subject to the relevant plan of the expression, namely the rules of the translation language. The translation process is often impossible to use relevant words and phrases, which given us by dictionary. This happens because of the differences in systems of source language and target language. In such cases, interpreter uses transformational translating. Such a translation is to convert the internal form of a word or phrase, or its complete replacement for adequate translation of the statements content. The task of the translator to achieve adequate is ably produce various translation transformation to the translation as accurately as possible transmit all information contained in the original text, subject to the relevant rules of the translation language. Experts in the field of translation theory has not yet come to a consensus with respect to the very essence of the concept of "transformation". This explains the large number of classifications proposed by a number of scientists and different from each other. Therefore, the problem is not fully investigated, and requires further study. In this article, we reviewed the kinds of translation transformations, analyzed their classification in terms of L.S. Barkhudarova. The above examples are analyzed using the transfer of certain types of translation transformation proved that a literal translation, similar in semantics to the original text, prevents the perception of the translated text. To achieve adequacy of translation is needed translation transformation.Key words: translation, original text, text translation, equivalence, adequacy, transformation, translation transformation, translation conversion, direct equivalents.
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