Monthly Archives: March 2013

What Is Pre-editing?

Among the stages of translation, pre-editing is one of the most interesting, as well as least known, as it helps salvage poorly-converted files and thus be able to process them with translation tools, whether in order to reduce costs or to create memories that we otherwise wouldn’t be able to.   What does pre-editing consist […]

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The Spanish Language: Vulgarisms and Vices

As language professionals—translators, writers, editors, literature students, etc.—we tend to feel outraged whenever we hear or see grammatical, spelling or semantic errors, which unfortunately are becoming more common and generally accepted by laypersons, including friends and family. What’s worse, this is also happening in many media outlets. We are often shocked by the unrefined turn […]

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Happy Grammar Day!

If you’re someone who can’t stand the punctuation errors and spelling mistakes that are abundant in print media, or someone who finds himself or herself constantly correcting journalists on TV for using the wrong tense, then March 4 is your day! Since 2008, this day has been recognized in the United States as the “National […]

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