Human Translation

TrueLilWriter By TrueLilWriter, 31st Dec 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3jd5d3.5/
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About human translation and how it works when needing a human translator.

Human Translation

In human translation the expert translator evaluates the project using methods agreed to ahead of time. The translator will translate the written text to the language that is requested and translate verbally to the listeners in the best normal and efficient voice. We can rely on human translation to be free of mistakes and to flow naturally and with complete confidence from the translator.

Human translation takes written words from one language and translates to another verbally instead of by machine. Although the terms translation and interpretation are generally used interchangeably, by firm outline, translation relates to the written language, and interpretation to the verbal word. Human translation is the technique of interpretation of the definition of a text, and the following output of a similar text, also called a translation, which conveys the exact content in a different language. The content to be converted is labeled as the source text, and the language is to be converted into what is called the desired language; the end result is sometimes called a specific text.

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Foreign, Human Translation, Language, Machine Translation, Speech, Translation, Translator

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My name Rhonda, I'm no stranger to hard work having devoted 35 years as simple laborer in a wide range of jobs. From these experiences I have a lot to write about which has always been my passion.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
1st Jan 2012 (#)

Hi TrueLilWriter,

Welcome to Wikinut!

And wish a very happy new Year!

Good start with Human translation.
Well-presented article.
Can't wait to see more pages from your wide experiences.

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author avatar TrueLilWriter
1st Jan 2012 (#)

Thank You Rathnashikamani! I'm very happy to be here at Wikinut. I'm hoping to have another page soon. Happy New Year.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
1st Jan 2012 (#)

Welcome aboard, TrueLilWriter and a very happy New Year to you! It's 6:31 AM here in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA and all is well!

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author avatar Tranquilpen
19th Jan 2012 (#)

Great lil read, best of the best to you and yours for 2012. May your stay with Wikinut be a long and enjoyable one.

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