automatic translation

The dangers of automatic translation

A Palestinian man was recently arrested in Israel simply because Facebook’s automatic translation system mistranslated a post he made. Facebook already apologised, but that didn’t stop an innocent man from having a bad time… It all started when the construction worker uploaded a picture from his job at a construction site, along with the text […]

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professional translation

What distinguishes a professional translation from a commonplace translation?

What distinguishes a professional translation from a commonplace translation? We will show you the differences between these two. May this enable you to reach the next level in your translation endeavours. A commonplace translation: May sound unnatural. It might sound natural to an unexperienced translator, but natives of the target language, who know their language on a much […]

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Professional Translations

How should professional translations be like?

Translating like a professional should be the goal of everyone who needs to translate any kind of text, be it a text at work, or a text for a friend abroad. There are certain rules you should follow to make sure your translations look professional. In this blog post we’ll show you how professional translations […]

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Google Translate

The Good and the Bad about Google Translate

Google Translate is neither good nor bad, but there is certainly good and bad to it; it all depends on how you use it. As you know, everyone prodigally uses Google Translate nowadays, and that is why we decided to write this blog post about it. People use it not only on their private, daily […]

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5 Examples of Translations that Went Wrong

Unfortunately, bad translations are surprisingly common. You can find them almost everywhere. Just take a look around you: airport signs, food labels, product instructions, restaurant menus, guide books… the list goes on and on. This is why we decided to write this blog post and show you 5 examples of translations that went wrong. Most […]

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Translating the best song at the Eurovision Song Contest

Aimer pour nous deux

Si un jour on demande ce que je suis devenu Dis que j’ai vécu pour t’aimer Avant toi, J’existais fatigué et sans rien avoir à donner   Ma chère, réponds à mes prières Reviens, désire-moi encore Je sais que l’on n’aime pas seul Peut-être pourrais-tu réapprendre petit à petit   Si ton cœur ne veut […]

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