Terminology-Glossary
Thread poster: Trastec
Trastec
Canada
Local time: 18:51
English to French
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Nov 9, 2004

Hello
I would like to know what does fellow translators think about this topic.
"Do we need a to creat a single terminolgy for English «french translations in that we wouldn,t always have to specify English«french(canada) often demanded by our clients.


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Kevin Fulton
United States
Local time: 18:51
German to English
Are looking for region-neutral terminology? Nov 17, 2004

I suspect that it's not likely to happen in our lifetimes.
A hundred years ago GB Shaw wrote that America and England were two countries separated by a common language. In many ways this may be less the case as before, but I can't see the US and the UK agreeing on standard terminology any more than I might expect France and Canada to do so. The same is true with regard to Spanish, even within Latin America.
Kevin


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Trastec
Canada
Local time: 18:51
English to French
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Terminology-Glossary Nov 17, 2004

Hi
Thank you for your intervention on this open topic.
As a matter of fact I was expecting more reaction, well lets hope our fellow translators would speak up!
As a matter of facts since my arrival in Canada I can only grap terms which has it equivalent in English thus
Merci (FR)«instead of De rien
Canada(FR)"Bienvenu"«You are welcome"
*Auto«Voiture(Fr)
*Ma blonde«Ma copaine"(FR)
These are just to mention a few.
What we are faced with is the clients who precise either their documents are translated into FR OR Canada.
Thank you onces again I 'm still expecting replies.
Liz


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