Academic Journal of Modern Philology vol. 3 (2014)
Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin
Entrepreneurial Potential of the Students of Applied Linguistics Programme, Majoring in Translation
Enterprise is currently a desired conduct or set or traits. Entrepreneurial people are more often successful in their professional lives, both in terms of innovativeness, satisfaction as well as financially. Therefore, research has stressed the need to develop entrepreneurial potential in students so that, upon graduation, they are able to successfully adapt to the ever-changing conditions of the labour market and, as a result, bring their plans of professional careers to a successful fruition. Enterprise is a strongly desired set of traits and attitudes in professional translators. The article presents the research results of the nature of the entrepreneurial potential in students in the translation specialisation. These results are presented in comparison with the entrepreneurial potential of students of different programmes.
Keywords: pragmatic inference, communicative intentions, conversation, miscommunication, consciousness