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The difference between proofreading and editing

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Laurence Nerry  Identity Verified
France
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Member (2007)
English to French
Very clear and well-paced session May 16

Thayenga delivers a very clear course, which fulfils all the goals set out right from the beginning. I enjoyed going through the common points and differentiating features of proofreading and editing, as well as the logics of pricing. It is always nice to hear someone sharing their experience and enthusiasm simply – and again, very clearly – about a potential source of confusion between translators and agencies.

 


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