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Machine translation or Human translation ! Are you lost in choosing between Machine translation and Human translation? This article gives you the reasons why Human Translation continues to play an important role today.

 

  No one can deny the importance of localization as an essential tool for communication between companies, organizations and their customers across all the World. Thus with the insane need for translation to break the world’s barriers Machine Translation has emerged as a competitor to Human Translation. Actually you may…
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Both Translation and Transcreation are fundamental to the Localization process and involve creativity but yet still different.

 

Translation and localization are members of the localization family but they are totally different from each other. Let’s start by identifying translation. Translation is the process of transforming the meaning of a text written in a specific language into another one. The Translator’s main role is to convert the meaning…
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If the origin of most of the languages is Latin, then what is the origin of Latin itself? Is Latin, the ghost language, a really dead one?

 

Apparently, Latin is a dead language. However, it is a very influential one. They call it “the ghost language” and it really deserves the name. It counts as a dead language simply because it is not the language you learn at your mother’s lap, it is only spoken by interested…
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To which extent Spanish and Portuguese are similar?

 

Spanish and Portuguese could be called the sister languages. In historical linguistics, sister languages are cognate languages; languages that descend from a common ancestral language, the so-called proto-language. Thus, both Spanish and Portuguese are from the language family known as West Iberian Romance. The Romance languages also include French, Romanian,…
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The history of Translation; The life circle of translation was and will always be interesting thing to know. Let’s discover more about this

 

Evidently, languages are the primary way of communication but Translation shares the same importance, as without translation there is no communication, mutual relation or any cooperation between nations of any kind. Thus the need for translation was an urgent need from ages and it has appeared since the earliest days…
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Dutch and Flemish: Are they the same?

 

Let’s first specify where each one of these languages are spoken. Firstly, Dutch The Germanic language of the Netherlands and northern Belgium. Secondly, Flemish which is spoken in northern Belgium: one of the official languages of Belgium.   Flemish is technically Dutch but Dutch is hardly Flemish. Although Flemish is…
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Subtitling

 

Admittedly, the world has witnessed a massive change due to the globalization movement that leads to the emergence of audiovisual materials such as movies. Consequently, subtitling is used to help in the comprehension of the audiovisual message.   ·       What is subtitling?   Subtitling is defined as a type of…
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Unwritten languages

 

Actually, there are around 6800 languages in the world today, of course this a shocking number for you if you are a monolingual or even bilingual. Furthermore, not all of them share the same number of recourse as they vary in nature, number of speakers and also in culture. Only…
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5 steps that every translator should follow to ensure excellent quality

 

Without doubt translation, internationalization and localization are processes that require high level of mental concentration. Thus, every translator should follow certain process by which he will make sure that his work will be perfectly performed and will stand against any localization testing.   How to arrange the best translation process?…
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