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More on Geographical Name Conversion: The Process of Translation – Part I

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We have explored transliteration and transcription, the first and second methods of geographical name conversion as established by the “Manual for the National Standardization of Geographical Names” by the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names, thus far. Prior to this, we had dabbled with exonymization, the fourth process described by the Manual. Learning […]

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How Are Dates Written in Different Countries?

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Date formatting is something that every translator must pay attention to. It is essential to write them correctly and intelligibly for the intended audience of the translation. To do this, it is necessary to understand how dates are written in the source language, as well the correct way of writing them in the target language. […]

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Four Eyes Are Better than Two

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Why do authors, writers and translators require the help of a proofreader to review their work? Producing literary works is an arduous and extensive task, and a work can change over time as it is being written. During this process, the author may often neglect some guidelines relating to the formal aspect of the language, and […]

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Noah Webster, the Spelling Reformer

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Here at Trusted Translations we receive translation requests for English US as well as English UK. Although these two “flavors/flavours” aren’t as different as say the Canadian variant of French to Europe’s, there are a few things we must take into account particularly when it comes to spelling. It is known that some words are […]

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More on Geographical Name Conversion: The Process of Transliteration

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According to the “Manual for the National Standardization of Geographical Names” by the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names, there are four processes for the conversion of endonyms: (1) transliteration, (2) transcription, (3) translation and (4) exonymization. My last post was exactly on this fourth and last process… Well, at least we explored […]

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The so-called “Establishment”

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Recently in newspapers I’ve come across a specific term which is being used a lot, mostly because of the politically-centered times we are living in. Yet whilst doing some research I found that the term is used mostly in the UK where it refers to leading politicians, judges, senior Clergy of the Church of England […]

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