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Translation

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Lamia Yamani

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Transcript of Translation

Translation
Interview
Enrico Monti

Head of the LEA
Department

Freelance translator

Office:
LEA 324-327

Email:
enrico.monti@uha.fr



5 Steps to Becoming a Professional Translator
Amelie Futsch
Lamya Yamani
Patricia Shimellis

Becoming a Translator
French
Arabic
Spanish
Italian
Russian
German
Portuguese
Japanese
Simplified Chinese
Most Requested Languages
Types
Methods
Qualifications
Process
Careers
Pro's & Con's
Numbers
Types of Translation
Economic
Legal
Commercial
Administrative
Literary
Scientific
Political
Methods of Translation
Written
Oral
CAT
Sources
Most Requested Languages
for Translation Services

Translation Certification and Exams
Get Certified
Get Tested
Gain Experience
Market Yourself
Keep Learning
http://www.altalang.com
http://multi-languages.com
http://www.writing-world.com/international/mirsky.shtml
http://www.slideshare.net/dr.shadiabanjar/methods-of-translation-presentation?related=1
Translation Process
https://www.onehourtranslation.com
Text Analysis
Initial Translation
Translator
self-check or
post-editing
of machine
translation
Revision:
Compare
Source Text
and Target
Text
Review and
Proofreading
Pros & Cons
Translation Careers
Certified Translation Professional (CTP)
American Translators Association (ATA)
Institute of Translation & Interpretation (ITI)
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Chartered Institute of Linguistics (CIL)
Careers in this field vary but most translators work in-house or freelance. Other career paths you may want to consider are: proofreading, interpretation, subtitling and project management.
http://www.fit-europe.org/
Online
Profession Traducteur by Daniel Gouadec
Professional
Martin Richert
Enriqo Monti
Freedom/Flexibility
Meeting outstanding authors & being exposed to their work.
Always in demand.
Expanding your network.
Acquiring new knowledge daily.
Time crunch depending on the client's demands.
Financial stability.
Narrow opportunities
Not always recommended as a career by professionals

Books
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