The Second Symposium on French for Specific Purposes

February 19, 2019 – February 28, 2019 all-day
Saarland University of Applied Sciences, Saarbrücken, Germany

Topicality of the field, the omnipresence of languages for specific purposes (LSP) as well as their application and applicability.

LSP research is a topical field, its relevance nowadays being at least as high as it was ten or twenty years ago. This is true for LSP research on English, but also for that on French. This omnipresence of French for specific purposes will also be focused upon during the symposium.

LSP is applicative. In this context, not only the latest research findings are applied to various scientific fields, but also in everyday life, there is constant LSP influence on the French language, which often times has a direct impact on the general language. Inversely, general syntax is applied to LSP and develops on there quantitatively and qualitatively. These factors will be researched upon in a French context.

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