The Translator's Handbook

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Schreiber Pub., 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 400 pages
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Contents

The Uses of This Handbook
17
Requisites for Professional Translators
33
Translators SelfEvaluation
43
Translation Problems
51
Translation Techniques
69
Translation Equipment
81
The Internet
89
Dictionaries Reference Literature
95
Sources of Translation Work
127
A Career as an InHouse Translator
141
Oral Interpretation
147
Translators Organizations
159
Where to Find Dictionaries
230
Translation Courses and Programs
363
Translator Organizations
376
Professional Periodicals for Translators
384

Key Translation Areas
103
How to Operate Successfully as
115
Index
397
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