Press release date
Thread poster: Soizic CiFuentes

Soizic CiFuentes  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 14:17
Member (2003)
English to French
Feb 13, 2008

I was checking online a press release that I translated recently and noticed that the proofreader changed back to English the date and the city of LONDON. I have always translated London by Londres. Some other terms that have the perfect equivalent in French were changed back to English. I really don't see why.

Do we not translate the date of press releases now ?


 

Walter Landesman  Identity Verified
Uruguay
Local time: 15:17
Member (2005)
English to Spanish
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You are right Feb 13, 2008

I believe what you did was right. The reviewet might be mistaken or have some other unknown reason.
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Why don`t you ask your client about it?


 

Paul Merriam  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:17
Member (2008)
Russian to English
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Check with your client Feb 13, 2008

I believe your practice is the usual one. Your client's choice may be as simple as making it easier for monolingual English personnel to find the French version of a given press release. Your client can tell you whether this is indeed the case.

 


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