Translation translation has become very popular nowadays due to several factors.
Publishing companies, however, only gain profits. Or, with or without the author's permission (if the masterpiece intervened), these companies have an exclusive financial purpose. Before the translation is requested, thorough research is carried out between countries and readers. Since there are over a thousand languages and dialects on the planet, nobody will ask for text translation in all languages.
At the same time, some passionate readers can create entertaining clubs for some books or authors. In addition, this audience may be inclined to translate the book in multiple languages, giving priority to its mother tongue. For example, we often encounter open projects where everyone is happy to contribute to improvement and even translation. Thus, many valuable manuals and tutorials were provided free of charge by users from the original language to the user's mother tongue.
No matter what the translation, the international version must meet the quality requirements. Someone may think that it is not a "big deal" to translate a book because it takes time to complete the translation. In the first phase, even after the translation is completed, you will find that it is far from perfect. This is not due to the professionalism of the translator; This factor means that translation should follow proofreading and editing services. Editorial stage, even if it sounds strange, but it takes more time than the translation itself. The editorial team must be highly qualified, including, but not limited to, writers, poets, novelists, technicians and so on. Depending on the clients' objectives, translation agencies may ask the customer to find a specialized editorial company.
As you understand, translation of books is not only the face of the author, but it also includes the close performance of translators and editors.
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