No book translation mission is impossible for a Chinese translation agency
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As the saying goes, “All things are difficult before they are easy.” When working on a big, thick book, it could take a very long time to translate such a large amount of words, but it is not an impossible mission to accomplish. Patience is the only way to achieve success.
Despise its rich content and information, a book is always focused on one subject. By reading the book first before translating it and focusing on the subject, a Chinese translation agency can have an idea on which translation approach to use. Whether it’s about science, literature or sociology, there are corresponding words, sentences, and grammar that a Chinese translation agency should take into account when translating specific subjects.
Translating a new book may be difficult initially in terms of understanding content. However, it gets easier as the translation progresses and the Chinese translation agency becomes more familiar with the content. Even as the Chinese translation agency encounters new content while completing the rest of the translation, the experience would not be as overwhelming. In other words, working on the second half of a translation job would be much faster than working on the first.
A translator’s basic knowledge of a foreign language is enough to cope with most translation problems. Successfully solving problems in the future depends on the knowledge acquired by the Chinese translation agency from previous job experiences. A Chinese translation agency who gains new knowledge and applies problem-solving skills can improve his/her book translation performance.