What are the best areas/types of translations in which natural English is most important?
Thread poster: a2eTranslations

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Arabic to English
Jul 15, 2012

As I begin to start translating, I need to start thinking of what types of information I will be best at working with. I have some areas of knowledge, but I am wondering if anyone has any information about some types of jobs, or things in which a native level of English helps more.

As an example, it is assumed that in some highly technical documents, the main importance is on the translating of key terms and jargon, and not necessarily on how the words flow. Is this true? And from your experiences, what are some areas where the flow and way of using English is more important?

I thank you very much for any additions you might make to this post. Also, I am basically interested in types of work where the translation is from Arabic into English.

Thanks much.


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