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Good Results Demand Better Communication

The more translation projects I have been involved with, the more I realize that communication is a fundamental aspect of translation–not only on the translator’s behalf, but that of the client as well! Indeed, let this serve as notice to all present and future translation buyers (particularly regarding voluminous, complicated documents): have a member of […]

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How to Translate in 2009 (First Part)

When we were studying in the university, the professors constantly reminded us that one must have dictionaries on his/her desk in order to translate since the research work required of translators is very important in order to validate our work. Nevertheless, today our bosses and clients don’t see a single dictionary on our desk most […]

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