Archive for June, 2012
Do you ever find that a certain word or phrase keeps cropping up in your work? In your source material, I mean, not your end-product. For me right now it’s “credibility” (or credibilità, to be precise). That’s because I do a lot of translation and editing for Italian government organisations and Italy is focused on […]
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Tags: credibility, English, George Osborne, Italian, Italy, Language, Mansion House Speech, quality, Translation
“Words to good effect” is one of the winning blogs in the Top 25 Language Professionals Blogs 2012 competition organised by LexioPhiles and Bab.La. We came 11th, and are totally chuffed! A big Thank You to everyone who voted for us, and to LexioPhiles and Bab.La for organising the competition.
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Tags: bab.la, competition, Language, lexiophiles, Top 100 Language Lovers 2012