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Another Translator to the Real Academia

On Friday, November 23, the Real Academia de la Lengua Española (Royal Spanish Academy) announced its newest academic member, the literary translator Miguel Sáenz, author of world-renowned Spanish versions of works by Thomas Bernhard and Günter Grass, among many others. Sáenz, who is also a member of the Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung (German […]

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The Best Universities for Studying Translation and Interpretation

Many times in my life I have come across the same question asked by people I know or strangers on the Internet: how do I become a translator? In my opinion, you have to have a good foundation and solid skills that you have already developed in order to start working as a translator or […]

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What’s the Minimum Number of Translators Involved in Each Translation Project?

Some clients may not be aware of it, but each translation project—no matter how small—involves the work of various translation professionals. The “translator” is the professional that works with the source text on the first round, applying a determined work methodology learnt during University studies.  In case of a very large project, several translators will […]

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