Cha Cha

08:53 May 1, 2018
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English to Polish translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Names (personal, company)
English term or phrase: Cha Cha
Jeszcze z opinii sporządzonej przez brytyjskiego pracownika socjalnego, na temat polskiej dziewczynki w brytyjskim przedszkolu:

„A home visit was made before AAA started at the nursery (and) a good relationship was witnessed between AAA and Mrs BBB. AAA is reported to often speak positively of the things that she does with her family at home. She recalls situations in a positive light and in the nursery’s opinion this is reinforced in the name change from Cha Cha to mummy that AAA has started to use for Mrs BBB.

AAA = a small girl
Mr BBB = her father
Mrs BBB = father’s wife, who is not the girl’s biological mother

No właśnie, czy w ogóle próbować tłumaczyć ,,Cha Cha”, sugerować, że to na przykład mogłoby oznaczać „ciocię”? Z jednej strony jest to nazwa własna, ale też istotne jest, że dziewczynka zaczęła nazywać panią BBB „mamusią” i w tłumaczeniu napiszę ,,mamusia’’, a nie ,,mummy’’. Co myślicie?
Grzegorz Mysiński
Poland
Local time: 07:57



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