• Gujarat and Tamil Nadu Comparision
    Gujarat's Contribution to India • 17% of Fixed Capital Investment • 16% of Industrial output • 22% of India's exports • 16% of Value of Output • 12% of Net Manufacturing Value • 10% of Factories • 98% of Soda Ash production • 80% of Diamond Exp
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  • Instant Speech Translation
    INSTANT SPEECH TRANSLATION By SATHIYASEELAN M 10BM60080 I Year M.B.A VGSOM, IIT Kharagpur Index 1. 2. 3. Abstract .................................................................................................3 Instant Speech Translation – Eliminating Language Barriers ...........3 Sy
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  • Translation as an Art
    Term Paper Translation as an Art Rhetorical figures Good writing depends upon more than making a collection of statements worthy of belief, because writing is intended to be read by others, with minds different from your own. Your reader does not make the same mental connections you make; h
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  • Gender and Translation
    Gender and Translation Accuracy Salar Manafi Anari[1] (Professor, Allameh Tabataba'i University) Maliheh Ghodrati[2] (M.A. Graudate from Science and Research Campus, Islamic Azad University) Abstract The aim of this study was to identify the role of the gender of the translator on
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  • English Translation
    t English Translation | Korean | Romanization | I will promise you to live with only you in my two eyes I will promise you to live with only you in my two arms From the time I open my eyes and till I sleep I will only yearn for you I love you don’t forget these words I Love you ForeverI will
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  • Translation of Public Signs
    从目的论看广州公示语标牌翻译 [摘要] 旅游翻译,是人们在跨国旅游行为中最为重要的一部分。广州每天接纳外国游客不计其数,规范的公共标示牌用语和严谨的英译文本,有着举足轻重的地位。国外对于旅游景点的标ç
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  • The Importants of Dictionaries in Translation
    Dictionaries, mainly monolingual dictionaries, are one of the most important tools for the translator due to their valuable lexical information. Nevertheless, authors such as Fenner (1989) or Robers (1997) state that dictionaries—and lexicography in general—occupy a secondary position in Transla
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  • Capitalizing on the Benefits of a Foreign Language Translation Firm
    In today’s ever-expanding world of business on an ever-shrinking planet, not only is it easy to market your organization’s products and services globally, but it is also just good business sense. With the prevalence of the Internet in every aspect of our English-speaking culture and society, it
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  • How Culture Influences Advertisement Translation
    How Culture Influences Advertisement Translation. Introduction In our everyday life, every time we watch television or while we are surfing the internet, advertising is behind the corner and sometimes we do not even realize we are listening to it. We are bombarded by slogans and catchy phrases th
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  • The Analysis of Translator's Dilemmas Concerning the Translation of „Friends”
    Olga Robak IV KMT The Analysis of Translator’s dilemmas concerning the translation of „Friends” I. INTRODUCTION According to Agnieszka Szarkowska “translation does not take place between words but rather between cultures.” I totally agree with this statement, which, in my opinion
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  • Translation Criticism on Google Translation of Proper Names in Tourism Texts
    Translation criticism on Google translation of proper names in tourism texts Rahele Eyvallah and Zohre Hadi Fars Science and Research University 2011 Rahele_eyvallah@yahoo.com & zohrehadi@gmail.com Abstract The translation of proper names seems to be an effortless task. This study aims a
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  • The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
    The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam Introduction The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), also known as the Tamil Tigers, are a terrorist organization in Sri Lanka. The LTTE is infamous for introducing the suicide bomb jacket, as well as the use of women in suicide attacks. They are blamed
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  • Translation
    nslatioCoursework Header Sheet 172760-100 Course Coursework Tutor BUSI1305: Conferences,Meetings & Exhibit Marketing plans H Evans Course School/Level Assessment Weight Submission Deadline BU/UG 25.00% 07/03/2011 Coursework is receipted on the understanding that it is the student's
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  • Translation Shift Approaches
    Introduction The term “shift” commonly refers to changes which occur or may occur in the process of translating. As long as translating is a language use, the notion of shift belongs to the notion of linguistic performance as opposed to that of theories of competence. Although the term “shi
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  • Urbanization in Tamil Nadu
    Introduction Tamil Nadu ranks first in urbanisation among the fifteen major States in the country. Urbanisation has been on the increase since 19611.According to the 2001 Census, Tamil Nadu has emerged as the State with the highest level of urbanisation (43.86 per cent) in the country. 2.72 out of
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  • Translation Pacte’s Model and Pym’s Minimalist Approach
    Assignment #1 – Translation and Translator Competence 1. PACTES’s multi-component model vs. Pym’s minimalist approach (700 w) Similarities and Differences Similarities between PACTES’s model and Pym’s minimalist approach The similarities of these two researches are, first of al
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  • Translation
    MEANING OF THE WORD ‘TRANSLATION’ FROM VARIOUS DICTIONARIES: ➢ Wikipedia: Translation is the communication of the meaning of a source-language text by means of an equivalent target-language text. ➢ General Oxford Dictionary: Translation n 1 the act or an instance of t
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  • Translation History of Spain
    Spain is a multicultural and multilingual country and the language known as “Spanish” in the general meaning is Castilian which is one of several Romance languages. The other languages spoken throughout Spain is Catalan in the North-east, Galician in the North-west, Basque, which is a non-Romace
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  • Prerequisites of Arabic Translation at a Glimpse
    The need for Arabic translation is increasing with communication. Students travel overseas to pursue courses, trade and business takes place between the major countries. Hence it is important to be acclimatized with a language as important and widely spoken as Arabic. . At present there are two hund
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  • Arabic Euphemism: the Question of Politeness in Translation
    Article review Arabic euphemism: the question of politeness in translation Purpose: The article explains euphemism definition and shows the main characteristics of euphemism and the use of it in several discourses. It provides Arabic examples of euphemisms that been used by native speakers of A
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