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» Translating and interpreting from English to Malagasy: obstacles and challenges
By Rambikarison | Published 04/8/2009 | Translation Theory | Not yet recommended
It's quite easy to translate or to interpret from English to French but when it comes to accomplish those tasks in Malagasy I promise that you're going to have tough times. Here I give some sort of advices to overcome the usual obstacles that we may encounter when translating projects from English to Malagasy. One of the main obtacles might be the rareness of some vocabularies in Malagasy. So we, as translator or interpreter should have enough experience and skills to avoid awkward and too wordy translation!
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