Translations. Features of medical translation.
The main rule of any translation is the accuracy of transferring the source text into another language. This task becomes even more difficult when it comes to specific professional texts. Medical translation makes even more demands on the translator: any inaccuracy can lead to an incorrect diagno ...
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Language lacuna - what to do if words are not enough?
Language is a reflection of the cultural experience of the people, its traditions and historical heritage. It is formed under the influence of many factors. That's why every language is unique. This explains the presence of specific words in some cultures, which are absent from others. That's what's called a lacuna.N ...
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Nuances of technical translation
Globalization has opened access to the international market for factories, companies and corporations and has forced business leaders to take a fresh look at the problems of translating technical documentation. The sad experience of numerous companies has shown that not every translator of a broad profile is able to cope with such a task. Wha ...
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Security History: From Seals to Codes
From the earliest periods of human civilization, cultures and peoples have sought to maintain secrets. They have also created written languages, because of course human civilization decided it needed to invent bureaucracy. With the creation of clerks and paperwork there came the need to secure documentation’s authenticity. Before the days of cyb ...
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Interpreter: the peculiarities and complexities of the profession
It is no secret that you can thoroughly know several foreign languages, communicate freely in them, but still experience difficulties in situations when you have to play the role of an interpreter in communication between people who seek to understan ...
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Copywriting vs. Copyrighting
The realm of writing is vast and nuanced. Genres and subjects mix and blend with little care for normal conventions, doing so at the whims of the author and readers for a myriad of purposes. Sometimes, however, these distinctions matter, especially for the professionals. Though more a matter of semantics than of defini ...
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Free Plagiarism Checker with Percentage!
Looking for a free plagiarism checker with percentage reporting features? Well if you are, then you should not worry any more as today is the day that we tell you about the best free tool that should be used by you to check plagiarism! Checking of pl ...
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The Joys of Children Learning English
Children are a lot smarter than people give them credit for in a lot of ways. For one, the mind of a child is very malleable, or, to use the technical term, has a great deal of neural plasticity. This is a fancy way to say they can learn complex concep ...
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Text Uniqueness and Plagiarism Checker Tools
In the past few decades, plagiarism has emerged as one of the major obstacles in content writing. Exposure to information has dramatically increased due to the internet, and stealing someone else’s content is easier than ever before. In comparison with deliberate plagiarism, unintentional plagiarism is even harder to fight ...
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The Legacy of QWERTY
Moveable type revolutionized the world. No longer did books and bulletins need to be hand written or formed from a single press plate. Information and entertainment could be obtained much easier, but only those with a press or the means to hire one could tr ...
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The Cockney Accent
Cockney can mean a few things. In the past, it was a pejorative term for the blue collar folks of London’s East Side. It’s not nearly as negative a term as it used to be, though the implications remain. The cockney themselves have come to embrace the term, reveling in their working cl ...
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Why Pirate English Used to be Proper?
Pirateshave a certain romance about them that has attracted people for centuries. Tales of pirates and privateers plying the waters have regaled people in theater, film, and print for as long as pirates have plied the waters of the New World, if not sooner. Though the ...
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Funny Words from one Language to Another: Americans are Bad At Vowels
The English language is a hilarious hodgepodge. Nominally of Germanic origin thanks to the Saxon invasion of England in the eleventh century, the planted seeds of local dialects and Latin left over from Rome’s control of the land, coupled with the love-hate relationship between England and France, has create ...
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Is XML format still relevant?
A file with an XML extension means that it is an Extensible Markup Language file. Files like these are based on the simple plain text, coded in the Extensible markup language that can be viewed in any XML viewer. It’s a widely used format employed by a wide range of programs to provide a means to s ...
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Why building a sitemap for your website is extremely important?
Sitemaps are to a website what the table of contents are to a book. They enlist the links to every page of your website like a catalog in the form of HTML or XML files and also contain the metadata for their keyword oriented descriptions to help make them more readily accessible to the search engines.Types of sit ...
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Easy ways to come up with a catchy business name
Before the launch of any startup or innovation, you paint the canvas of your business with ideas and pathways, plan for its sustainability, you inquire around and do your research in the market and find ways to potential clients. In all this hustle, there’s something vital that’s missing. A name.Naming your business ca ...
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5 Important Tips to Remember to Write Perfect Articles
Writing comes natural to some people, it’s a talent and an art so the qualifications required to be one aren’t always clear. Anyone with a passion for getting their hands dirty with a little research and the ability to pitch their work to the right platforms can become a great magazin ...
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Plagiarism: How to avoid it?
Whether you’re a content writer writing an article or a teacher checking student assignments, you surely have to compare texts and likely come across plagiarism hundreds of times. It’s quite frustrating even when it seems someone’s not doing it on purpose, especially when that someone is you and you don’t know how you got there.What really is pl ...
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