Portuguese Translation

Magma Translation is offering Portuguese Translation services in 50 countries to date. We use the advanced technologies that help us to to be the most important Brazilian translation company to date. This translation technology allow us to build glossaries that are can be used on the projects. Understanding the terms technology Think about a excel with…

European Commission’s Translation Memory ready to DOWNLOAD

    About this Translation Memory   It is a huge multilingual Translation memory from the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Translation. The content of the TM consists of the majority of the documents comprising the Acquis Communautaire, which is the entire body of the EU legislation, i.e. regulations, treaties and directives adopted by the EU, as…

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Specialization according to Mary Xinari

1) Why do you specialize? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this approach? My main specialties come from my English Literature courses. My Bachelor and Master’s Degrees dealt with many literary themes and as a Greek native speaker who was taught these courses in English I felt that it was a lot easier to translate…

Specialisation according to Ioanna Daskalopoulou

1) Why do you you specialise? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this approach? As a translator I specialize mainly in legal, business and financial texts. Specialization shows a level of expertise and you can target specific markets especially if you combine that expertise with professional experience in the field. Personally, my experience as an…

Specialisation according to Evdoxia Renta

    1) Where/Why do you specialise? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this approach? I’m a Greek Review Expert. Benefits: You can concentrate on one thing and therefore produce higher quality work. You can ask for higher rates. You can attract clients more easily. You get to help your peers. You have little or no competition. Drawbacks:…

Specialization according to Kostantina Πύργα

      1) Why do you specialise? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this approach? I love foreign languages so I give exams and I succeed to pass to this university department .In the start I wanted to study English literature. When I went to university I realized that I like this field…

Specialization according to Elissavet Botsaki

    1) Why do you specialize? What are the benefits and drawbacksof this approach? Whether to specialize or not is a very controversial issue that I have experienced before, during and after my studies. I understand those who support that it is better not to specialize because translation industry, most of the times, is…

Specialization according to Irene Koukia

  1) Why do you specialize? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this approach? I am mainly a technical translator, specialized in heavy industry, electronics and all sorts of devices, software and equipment. Apart from that, I have 20 years’ experience in Tourism and Aviation, due to my former occupation and studies, in Journalism…

Specialization according to Alexandra Liashchenko

1) Why do you specialize? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this approach? I specialize in IT/Software, business, economy, finances, legal, agriculture and documentation expertise, localization and post -editing translation, subtitling, medicine, technical, literary translation 2) Do you feel that marketing yourself as a specialist allows you to charge higher rates? I believe that…