Translation as an increasing area has been analyzed and talked a lot. There have been many conclusions about its nature, the obstacles encountered during the translation, the translator's characteristics and the process to follow. Some common problems during the translation process –
* Reading the original language is a problem for inexperienced or non-qualified translators. Not only the oral fluency of the tongue is required. The skills needed for reading and writing are sometimes more important
* The translator can also have a problem in understanding the language. This may be due to lack of knowledge of the language or the complexity of the language or the personal interpretation of the translator.
* The translator sometimes brings your own documents into interpretation and experience. This can potentially damage the accuracy, intent, and impact of the document. This is a natural problem for every translator to occur, but to fight them. The translator must concentrate on the client and his needs
* Lack of knowledge of the source language. The translator should ideally be the mother tongue of that language. This is the only way to ensure a comprehensive translation of content, complementing terms, humor, slangs, hidden reports, culturally significant content, and so on. Understanding Conversation. Some translators only provide the translation of the word or the superficial meaning of the text. This leads to the loss of the fundamental meaning of the text
* Semantics (which includes aphorisms, standardized expressions, etc.) And cultural (foreign languages, proverbs, punches, etc.). Translators need to know all the features of the language.
* Language can be used deliberately. When using a particular term, the intent of the translator may be innocent, but the explicit meaning of the term in the targeted language may be offensive or offensive. Know your language, and if not, you should notify the customer in clear words.
* There are some rare words that mean not only the general public, but the dictionaries are also disbanded. The translator must have sober reason and intuition to find the shortest possible word. Only the thorough knowledge of the language and the translation area guarantees such advanced skills. Contextual understanding of the document is extremely important.
* Faithful to both languages. There are rules and cultural differences in both languages. It is difficult to expound exactly the same meaning in another language. Certain words or phrases sometimes have no equivalent. Most translators can come up with the next best alternative word.
All the problems that arise during the translation process can be overcome with experience, a wide range of projects and continuous improvement of language proficiency.
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