Mobile Phone Usage Habits of Chinese Graduate Students and the Training of MTI Interpreters
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Starting from the mobile phone usage habits of Chinese graduate students, this paper explores the problems of mobile phone usage habits and the training of MTI interpreters in China, find out that most of Chinese MTI-students use mobile phone more than three hours every day and reveals how to give full play to the positive role of mobile phones and other mobile media to promote the training of talents and the development of professional interpreters.
KeywordsMobile phone Usage habits Interpreter training Translation
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