mbc Spain Local time: 12:17 Spanish to English + ...
Feb 4, 2004
I am translating a huge volume of news reports from 2002 and 2003 about the Mediterranean area. The reports come, of course, from many countries and have been translated from various langauges into Spanish. The client wants UK spelling and I am looking for an online journalistic style guide to help me keep the caps straight, etc. The last time I did this type of project I used The Economist style guide but I´m having difficulty getting the new link to open and I´m having doubts about The Guardian. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Many thanks in advance,
Madeline, an American in need of guidance.
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Abigail Dahlberg Local time: 05:17 German to English + ...
The Economist seems to work for me
Feb 4, 2004
I use the Economist style guide for UK English. I just checked and it seems to be working. I'll have a think about and get back to you with some more suggestions.
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