Some Major Steps to Translation and Translator

Mohammad Reza Hojat Shamami

Abstract


This work is an overview of the main issues at the core of theorizing translation practice and the features of a good translator or how to be a good translator and of course what are the Skills to become a Freelance Translator and Translation process. In this world of science and technology there is knowledge explosion every day. This knowledge which is generally written in the English language needs to be transmitted in various languages so that people who do not know how to speak and write the original language can get the knowledge necessary for industrial development and technological innovation to keep up with the rest of the world. To transmit this knowledge effectively, there is a need for competent translators in various languages.

 


Keywords


Translation, Translator, SL, Accommodation, Text

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7575/ijalel.v.1n.5p.242

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