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Translation Theory
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» A Powerful Tool to Gauge Translation Efforts
By Marcia Pinheiro | Published 06/27/2019 | Translation Theory | Not yet recommended
The Bloom's Taxonomy has been around since 1956, and it is frequently used in matters involving education. This article talks about how it could become a tool to best describe the labour involved in the trades interpreting, and translation.
» De-characterising or Enriching?
By Marcia Pinheiro | Published 06/23/2017 | Translation Theory | Not yet recommended
Strategic studies: there are world references that are well-known by some peoples, but remain unnoticed by others; importing sigmatoids may mean trivialising a culture or a people; de-characterisation/trivialisation does not have to be something bad, and it might actually be a good thing for human kind as a whole; and so on.
» Наскільки можливий переклад?
By Volodymyr Krynytsky | Published 09/17/2016 | Translation Theory | Recommendation:
Читач перекладу в підсумку отримує не просто не факт реальності, який мав на увазі автор оригінального тексту, а щось зовсім і принципово інше, пропущене через розуміння і досвід кількох різних людей, різних за мовою, світосприйняттям, світоглядом. І ми підходимо до того, що переклад твору - це вже не вторинне "переказування" оригіналу, а повноцінна співтворчість, де автор додає до реальності щось своє, перекладач-читач - своє, перекладач-письменник - ще щось своє.
» Ukrainian Translation Facts: Tips for Clients and QA Teams
This article is intended for people who do not speak Ukrainian but have to order, manage, and coordinate Ukrainian translations. Below we present some simple facts that will allow you to avoid common mistakes and misunderstandings when working with your Ukrainian suppliers. We note that similar problems exist with other Slavic languages (e.g. Russian, Polish, Slovakian, etc.), so these tips are valid for more than just Ukrainian. You can read a similar article about the Russian language.
» La traduzione medico-scientifica
By Giorgia Milani | Published 05/9/2016 | Translation Theory | Recommendation:
Caratteristiche della traduzione medico-scientifica


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