prepare your file before leting it for translations
Thread poster: waterstone

waterstone
China
Oct 9, 2015

it is always essential to check the file before letting it for translations, there are many companies who got lost in bad translation. the translators are not the only cause of this blunder mistake, the responsibility should be hold by a concern also in preparing the documents. it is for all type of files, but the legal files must be given extra care, since many confidential stuffs incorporated in there.

some of the steps to prepare the documents
1. clear with the concept
2. use proper words
3. paraphrase with correct meaning
4. check for the grammatical mistakes
5. revise multiple times

these are some of the points, there are more stuffs found in the following ppt http://www.slideshare.net/leeshin12/waterstone-52130942


 


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