Translation Advice


So you think you don’t need a translator!

There are enough translating websites and they do a good job! Yes?

Translating websites are good if you need a gist idea about a foreign text, but as they translate word for word, they often have the wrong word order and/or words.

Try this sentence:

Surveys of small to medium-sized businesses show that nearly half have experienced linguistic or cultural barriers and one in five has lost business as a result.

Translate it with a translating website into German and you get:

Übersichten von kleinem zu mittelgroßen Geschäften zeigen, dass fast beinahe die linguistischen oder kulturellen Sperren erfahren haben und eine in fünf Geschaeft infolgedessen verloren hat.

This, in effect means:

Overviews from small to medium sized business show the fact that nearly almost the linguistic or cultural barriers experienced and one in five business consequently lost.


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