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Mixed texts

Definition
Coherent objects consisting of a set of elements in both a continuous and non-continuous text format. Its components.For example, an explanation (in continuous text) of a graph or table (non-continuous text) where both are mutually supportive through coherence and cohesion links. This is a common format in magazines, reference books and reports, where authors employ a variety of presentations to communicate information.

Textes mixtes

Définition
Objets cohérents consistant en un ensemble d’éléments sous format continu et non continu. Dans des textes mixtes bien construits, les composants (par exemple, une explication en prose accompagnée d’un graphique ou d’un tableau) se renforcent mutuellement au travers de liens de cohérence et de cohésion au niveau local et global. On trouve communément des textes mixtes dans des magazines, des ouvrages et des rapports de référence, les auteurs faisant appel à divers formats afin de communiquer l’information.

Textos mixtos

Definición
Objetos coherentes consistentes en un conjunto de elementos en formato de texto continuo y discontinuo y sus componentes. Por ejemplo, la explicación (en texto continuo) de un gráfico o tabla (texto discontinuo) donde ambos se complementan a través de vínculos de coherencia y cohesión. Este formato es de uso común en revistas, libros de referencia e informes, donde los autores utilizan diversas presentaciones para comunicar la información.