El uso de los dos puntos en español e inglés

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Andrea Gutíerrezİspanyolca
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Tanto Maqueo (2009) como Ibáñez y Saz (2010), hacen referencia al uso del punto y coma para indicar una pausa menor que el punto y mayor que la coma, además enlistan las siguientes reglas del uso del punto y coma en el idioma español:
1) Se usa punto y coma para separar oraciones largas y complejas que contienen miembros separados por coma.
2) Se usa punto y coma antes de conjunciones adversativas (pero, aunque, sino, sin embargo, etc.) Cuando la cláusula es corta se utiliza en su lugar una coma antes de la conjunción.
3) Se usa punto y coma para enumerar diversos incisos de escrito legal, científico, etc.

En el idioma inglés según Oshima y Hogue (2016), el punto y coma es parte de los signos de puntuación y su uso es similar al uso del punto, aunque es una pausa menor. Las reglas del uso del punto y coma son:

A) Se usa punto y coma en medio de oraciones que tienen ideas relacionadas entre sí.
B) Se usa punto y coma antes de conectores que preceden una oración independiente como however, therefore y otros.
C) Se usa punto y coma entre series de elementos que ya contienen comas.

Con base en las reglas del uso del punto y coma mencionadas anteriormente, se puede concluir que el uso del punto y coma en el idioma español e inglés es muy similar, ya que no tienen muchas variantes debido a que ambos comparten reglas en común, a pesar de esto existe diferencias en el uso del punto y coma, que se deben tomar en cuenta al traducir textos de un idioma a otro. Primero, la regla número uno de las reglas del uso del punto y coma en español se relaciona a las reglas A y C del inglés según Oshima y Hogue. Estas reglas hacen referencia al uso de punto y coma entre oraciones que contienen comas dentro de las mismas en ambos idiomas. En segundo punto, tenemos la regla B del inglés, la cual se puede relacionar con la regla dos del español. Sin embargo, es importante mencionar que las conjunciones adversativas son aquellas conjunciones que tienen función de conectores, pero con una característica en particular, ya que unen oraciones con ideas contrarias; por ejemplo: pero, empero, aunque, sino, etc. Por último, la regla tres del español establecida anteriormente, hace referencia al uso de punto y coma para enumerar incisos de escritos formales, a diferencia del idioma inglés, ya que ninguna regla hace referencia a dicha regla del español.

1) Oshima, A., & Hogue, A. (2006). Writing Academic English, fourth edition .
2) Maqueo, A. M. (2009). Ortogafría . México : Limusa .
3) Ibañez, J., & Saz, C. A. (2010). Ortografía. San Salvador: Ediciones Servicios Educativos.


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Hello Everyone! My name is Andrea! I have been teaching English for almost 4 years. First, I started to teach ESL in a public school called “Reinaldo Borja Porras”, which is a special public school located inside of a public hospital for children who cannot go to a regular public school because they have some kind of illness that prevents them to. Then, I worked at “ISRI” as an English teaching assistant. I taught English to kids from four to seven years old and seven to fourteen years old. After this great experience, I got the opportunity to be computer teacher in a bilingual school. In addition, my educational background is supported by the American Embassy in El Salvador. My parents were not able to pay for English courses so that I could learn English, so I looked for a scholarship, and this institution let me be part of its educational programs. I am a third-year student at “Instituto Centro Cultural (ICC).” My major is English Applied Linguistic. Also, I have a TESOL, and a TEYL certificate. In addition, I am taking different webinars related to teaching in the National Geographic and CIEE. Moreover, I was part of the UGRAD program, where I had the opportunity to study at Presbyterian College in U.S.A. as an exchange student. My teaching style is really friendly; I like the constructive methodology and I believe that TPR, as well as smiling, are very important to create a great place to learn. I love to be nice with people and to teach with a big smile in order to share my happiness. I love God with all my heart and soul; however, I respect other preferences and beliefs. I love dancing, reading, practicing yoga, watching movies, and traveling. I also like animals and I try to enjoy life as much as I can. I will be more than happy to teach you! If you need any special schedule, please send a message!
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Hello Everyone! My name is Andrea! I have been teaching English for almost 4 years. First, I started to teach ESL in a public school called “Reinaldo Borja Porras”, which is a special public school located inside of a public hospital for children who cannot go to a regular public school because they have some kind of illness that prevents them to. Then, I worked at “ISRI” as an English teaching assistant. I taught English to kids from four to seven years old and seven to fourteen years old. After this great experience, I got the opportunity to be computer teacher in a bilingual school. In addition, my educational background is supported by the American Embassy in El Salvador. My parents were not able to pay for English courses so that I could learn English, so I looked for a scholarship, and this institution let me be part of its educational programs. I am a third-year student at “Instituto Centro Cultural (ICC).” My major is English Applied Linguistic. Also, I have a TESOL, and a TEYL certificate. In addition, I am taking different webinars related to teaching in the National Geographic and CIEE. Moreover, I was part of the UGRAD program, where I had the opportunity to study at Presbyterian College in U.S.A. as an exchange student. My teaching style is really friendly; I like the constructive methodology and I believe that TPR, as well as smiling, are very important to create a great place to learn. I love to be nice with people and to teach with a big smile in order to share my happiness. I love God with all my heart and soul; however, I respect other preferences and beliefs. I love dancing, reading, practicing yoga, watching movies, and traveling. I also like animals and I try to enjoy life as much as I can. I will be more than happy to teach you! If you need any special schedule, please send a message!

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