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» “Metalesku blesku” or the Hell of Cultural Expressions
By EvaVer | Published 11/26/2013 | Translation Theory | Recommendation:
New expressions are coined on an everyday basis, and the hapless translator has no chance of keeping up.
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» Legal-Linguistics for the United Nations, States and Other Non-State Actors
By paula13 | Published 01/6/2015 | Legal/Patent Translation | Not yet recommended
On December 10, 2014, Proz held the 3rd Virtual Lawyer-Linguist Event, organized by Suzanne Deliscar and put together with the help of Drew MacFadyen. Panels included Lawyer-Linguists from several different countries discussing everything from the work of Lawyer-Linguists as CEOs to freelance opportunities for Lawyer-Linguists at International Organizations. Given the interest shown by participants on the subject of legal-linguistics for international organizations like the United Nations, this article presents a little recap based on the top 7 questions asked by attendees after the event.
» Log in, Masuk or Masuk Log?
By Siti Nur Aryani | Published 01/5/2015 | Interpreting | Not yet recommended
“Log in” as a phrasal verb, is actually simply localized into its equivalence, “masuk log” or “masuk-log”. It should be understood as a single phrase that consists of two verbs, to enter the system by logging in a unique username and a password. Although it is debatable, here, “Log” within “Masuk Log” is not to show a literal physical log of a system. “Log” as recorded in both Oxford Dictionary and Great Dictionary of Indonesia Language, is to write a record.
» Yo quiero ser comparatista ¿y usted?
By Mariana Font | Published 12/1/2014 | Spanish | Not yet recommended
Overview of comparative literature. Written in Spanish. Pantallazo general de la historia de los estudios literarios hasta la literatura comparada.
» Calculating your rate as a freelance translator
By Pieter Beens | Published 11/28/2014 | Financial Issues | Recommendation:
As the Bible states the workman is worthy of his meat (Matthew 10:10). How should a translator define the prices for his (her) services?
» Trade fair networking
By kwatkins | Published 11/6/2014 | Marketing Your Language Services | Recommendation:
This is a brief article about my first trade fair visit as a freelance travel and tourism translator.
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