On-line research skills for high-end client terminology
Thread poster: Lucy Brooks

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German to English
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Jan 31, 2013

(11:30 GMT February 5th, 2013)

Whether or not to accept a ‘specialist’ translation is a decision that we, as translators, must take on a frequent basis. Often very few if no translators will have the precise background knowledge to tackle a particular specialism with total confidence. Learn how to make your texts ‘sing’ using the research methods suggested here.
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