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The Creative Who Lives Inside Me

Creative writers are essentially the people who write advertising material. They write promotions, texts, brochures, websites, just to name a few. One of the many tasks of a sales representative is similar to this. A sales representative’s correspondence with the client represents the company they work for and maintains the client’s trust. Therefore, they must […]

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Get Them Pumpkins Rolling

As Halloween approaches children and adults alike start their preparations for this much awaited date. Halloween is no longer regarded as a holiday marketed from the U.S. to the rest of the world. Many countries around the world have adopted this festivity (the American version of it) and it has become part of their holiday […]

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Rage Against the Machine Translation: What’s all the fuzz about?

Major corporations like Google or Amazon invest millions of dollars a year in developing machine translation (MT) technology. This could expand MT’s capabilities and its cost saving potential. But while great excitement about the productive aspect of MT can be gauged, there is a much more important investment that is being widely unattended and ignored […]

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Sense and Untranslatability

Translators need to have different tools at their disposal whenever they encounter difficult-to-impossible terms to translate into the target language. We often face a few challenges during the translation process, especially when dealing with literary translations. Technical and legal documents are straightforward as far as terminology is concerned. There are also more widely accepted reference […]

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