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Do you want to become a translator? Great idea!

Working as a translator requires practice, knowledge and a lot of patience. Working as a translator, you will help people get the necessary information, study, have fun and communicate with each other. First, you need to have regular customers (for example, find them among seguidores Instagram, Facebook, twitter or other social networks).

It is also a good idea to learn your own language. Most people speak their native language, but cannot explain in words how it works. Learn your native language not just as a native speaker, but as a linguist to better understand what rules are applied and how foreigners learn them.

You can get Faculty of Foreign Languages diploma as a translator, but many people follow a different path. You must understand what exactly you will translate in order to be able to do it well and quickly.

19NOV 2021
Google Translate into Russian

Google Translate into Russian

MOSCOW — Those who tried to use Google Translate to switch Ukrainian into Russian this week may have found an unexpected message in their documents: The “Russian Federation” turned into “Mordor, ” and Russia’s top diplomat was translated as a “sad little horse.” It was unclear whether the cheeky messages…

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30OCT 2021
Literary translation a practical Guide

Literary translation a practical Guide

Mr Landers, a prize winning translator of many books, confidently answers questions instinctive to translators in a personal and friendly tone that puts the reader at ease. This book serves as an excellent guideline for successful maneuvering while quenching my passion for literary translation.Diane…
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10OCT 2021
Macbeth in modern English PDF

Macbeth in modern English PDF

Modern English Macbeth Ebook Sample: Act 3, Scene 4 The huge doors of the glittering state dining room opened and the King and Queen stood there, smiling. Behind them the long table was set for a banquet. The anteroom was crowded: everyone of importance in Scotland had been commanded to attend – from…

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20SEP 2021
Old English words and meanings list

Old English words and meanings list

To find a list of English words of foreign origin, you can go to Wikipedia. They have a gigantic list of English words from many languages, including: African, Czech, Malay, Hawaiian, Persian, Tagalog, and many more. There are 61 pages to this list, each page containing one language or country of origin…
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31AUG 2021
Tale of Two Cities modern translation

Tale of Two Cities modern translation

Original Text Modern Text Tellson’s Bank by Temple Bar was an old-fashioned place, even in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty. It was very small, very dark, very ugly, very incommodious. It was an old-fashioned place, moreover, in the moral attribute that the partners in the House were proud…

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11JUL 2015
Certified Translations UK

Certified Translations UK

As a professional association that assesses the quality of its members, ITI maintains a directory of qualified members with suitable language skills and technical expertise. The Institute can hold its members to account in the event of complaints. In the same vein, it has taken steps to establish itself…

Do you ever feel the hairs stand up on the back of your neck? And do you get the feeling you might not be alone? Well, you might not be! Ghosts are all around us, as the spirit lives on forever after. SpiritShack is dedicated to helping ghost hunters, and the general public to communicate with them. Just because we can't see them, it doesn't mean they are not there. They have a good range of ghost hunting and paranormal equipment to choose from.

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27JUL 2016
Modern day Hamlet

Modern day Hamlet

Death is everywhere. Death is in the stars. Death is in our hearts. Death is in our headlines, our houses, and our food. Thought you could crack open a “packet of cheese and onion crisps” without staring down at your inevitable mortality? That’s what Dorset, England’s Barry Selby thought, too. But he was majorly wrong. Selby, a man in England who eats 42 packets of crisps (that’s…

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24MAR 2014
Translators UK

Translators UK

Our High Wycombe administration office address is Wycliffe Bible Translators, The Clare Charity Centre, Wycombe Road, Saunderton, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14 4BF, and our switchboard number is 0300 303 or +44 (0)1494 569100 from abroad. Please choose one of the following ways of contacting us: 1. For general enquiries, contact the Response Centre on 0300 303 , via…

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