Do you think like a translator?

When I was visiting home and family few days ago, one of my much younger cousins asked me after a bit of a conversation: 'Do you translate everything you hear or read?' I could see where he was coming from and his question made me start thinking if I think like a translator, or a linguist, and what does that…

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Would you like to know how many #translators are on #twitter?

So would I!   I am a Polish English translator and interpreter, but most of all I research translation studies. It means that I also take theoretical approach to our job. I would like to ask for your help in a new research project: “Social Media in Translation”, on how many #translators are on #twitter and its implications. All you…

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Are translators right- or left-brained and does it really matter?

It is common knowledge that there are two brain hemispheres, left and right, and they have different functions in processing information. Usually, it is believed, and I believed so till today, that if you are right-handed you are left-brained and vice versa (I'm left handed for that matter, but the right-brained description never actually resembled much of who I am…

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Get people talking about you: Twitter Tips for Translators presentation

Having some success with my post introducing Twitter for translators, I have decided to prepare this presentation on Twitter Tips for Translators. It guides through setting up and using twitter for professional purposes in translation. Twitter for translators View more presentations from Marta Stelmaszak There's quite a lot of resources out there! To get more out of Twitter, see: 1)http://www.swedishtranslationservices.com/twitter-for-translators-10-reasons-why/…

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