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Language Specific
20 articles in this category (not counting subcategories)
Albanian (1) Arabic (5)
Catalan (2) Chinese (12)
English Grammar (14) French (9)
German (1) Italian (25)
Japanese (3) Korean (0)
Norwegian (1) Polish (9)
Portuguese (15) Spanish (53)
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» This could spell trouble
By Luciano Monteiro | Published 06/15/2009 | Language Specific , Portuguese , Technology , CAT Tools , Software and the Internet | Recommendation:
A new orthography is gradually taking hold all over the Portuguese-speaking world. Translators need to know what lies beneath the reform, says Luciano Monteiro. Luciano O Monteiro MITI is a writer and translator working from English and Spanish into Brazilian Portuguese. A former journalist, his main specialisation is football, though he also has a strong knowledge of world affairs, finance, marketing, tourism, IT and the media.
» FOOTBALL IS COMING HOME TO DIE-HARD TRANSLATORS
Football has become a lucrative booming industry over the years, and translations in the field have to be up to the standard.
» Xenoglosofilia di Indonesia - Suatu Kelainan Psikolinguistik?
By Hipyan Nopri | Published 05/13/2008 | Language Specific | Recommendation:
Orang Inggris berbicara dalam bahasa Inggris; orang Italia berbicara dalam bahasa Italia; orang Jerman berbicara dalam bahasa Jerman; orang Arab berbicara dalam bahasa Arab; orang Spanyol berbicara dalam bahasa Spanyol. Apakah orang Indonesia juga berbicara dalam bahasa Indonesia? Jawabannya, ya dan tidak. Mengapa jawabannya ya dan sekaligus juga tidak? Mari kita baca uraian di bawah ini.
» Serbian Language for Agencies and Outsourcers
By xxxmiro_s | Published 06/30/2007 | Language Specific | Recommendation:
The article outlines what the agencies/outsourcers unfamiliar with Serbian should know and establish together with the translator when negotiating a job.
» THINKING IN ENGLISH, SPEAKING LOCALIZED
By Koral Özgül | Published 06/18/2007 | Language Specific | Recommendation:
GENERIC PROBLEMS IN TURKISH LOCALIZATION RELATED TO THE SOURCE TEXT STRUCTURE


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