Discussion for Virtual memoQ Day 2012 session (2012): What makes a good translator – panel discussion with language service providers

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oldserpent
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Good machine translation requires preparation from both sides May 31, 2012

Interpreters know that there are people (no matter their intelligence ) easy or difficult to interpret. Many of them realize that clear wording and structuring of their ideas can contribute to the quality of the final product while others express their ideas in the same way as they come to their mind. The same with translation: if the author of the source text is aware of the limitations of machine translation she/he should be stricter with regard to the structure of the text.

[Edited at 2012-05-31 16:30 GMT]


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