5 most disliked words by translators

Most disliked words by translators

Most disliked words by translators

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Top 5 phrases for translators

These are five phrases translators would hang on their offices’ walls. Check them out to have an idea of what a translator may feel like while working at their office.

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Things that turn translators on

Things that turn translators on

Things that turn translators on

Translators are special people who can get thrilled by simply reading a well-written text.

What other things can turn translators on?

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Translators are like villains

Freelance translators and Dracula have a thing in common

Freelance translators and Dracula have a thing in common

This is the counterpart of the translators are superheroes series as I’ve found a thing translators and villains have in common. In this case, it seems freelance translators and Dracula share the skills needed to be able to pull an all-nighter.

Send this eCard to your favorite translator in appreciation of their sleepless nights.

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Translators: misconceptions about translation- being a translator is not a real job

 

Being a freelancer is not a real job

Common misconceptions about translation.

It is widely believed that being a freelance translator is not a real job.

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“Keep calm” signs for translators

Keep calm signs for translators

Keep calm signs for translators 

“Keep calm” signs for translators are extra useful when approaching a deadline.

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What you should never “EVER” say to a professional translator

What you should never

What you should never “EVER” say to a translator (click on the image to enlarge)

Translators are sensitive people so you need to be extra careful with the words you choose to approach them.

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How to recognize a translator III: “they are eagerly waiting to catch you making grammar mistakes”

“Translators are eagerly waiting to catch you making grammar mistakes” -- click on the image to enlarge

“Translators are eagerly waiting to catch you making grammar mistakes” — click on the image to enlarge

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Translators’ commandments #7 – “Your translations should flow smoothly”

"Your translation should flow smoothly" (click on the image to enlarge)

“Your translation should flow smoothly” (click on the image to enlarge)

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