We often hear, “Why is it so important for legal documents to be professionally translated?” We, at Mitra Translations, believe that the inaccurate translation of legal documentation may lead to serious negative consequences.
A good legal translation depends on the accurate selection of terms and whether they are relevant to the respective legal system. Legal terminology, whether it is intended for laws, contracts, patents, confidentiality agreements, or witness statements, always has to be properly translated into the respective language. From a legal standpoint, it is extremely important for each term to be translated accurately.
You don’t have to be a lawyer to understand that the terms used in legal documents often have multiple meanings.
As with any other type of written document, legal documentation may include content intended to persuade or influence the reader. Adherence to style isn’t always easy and requires close attention by both legal experts and linguists. Similarly, legislative texts or commercial legal statements are both open to interpretation. Clarity is important in order to avoid confusion or misinterpretation.
When it comes to manufacturing and engineering translation, people usually think of technical documentation, CAD drawings, and user manuals. We, at Mitra Translations, are experts in providing these services. Technical translation covers a great part of the business sector and isn’t limited to just user manuals or blueprints.
Technical translation also covers:
Regulations and compliance
Health & Safety Instructions
Launching new products
mitraManufacturing and engineering translation – what you need to know
The Internet is much more dynamic than it was 10 years ago. Today, it is a much bigger, much more diverse and accessible place. According to Internet World Stats, there are now 3,345,832,772 active Internet users in the world. That’s almost half the world population. So what languages do they speak?
Currently, about half (48.1%) of all Internet users are in Asia; nearly a fifth (18.1%) are in Europe; another 10.1% are in Latin America and the Caribbean; 9.8% are in Africa; 3.7% are in the Middle East; and 0.8% are in Oceania and Australia. These millions and millions of users speak a wide range of mother tongues.
If we look at the W3Tech’s ranking of languages for published web content available, we’d see that the number of English speakers on the Internet has actually started to decrease.
Your feedback is really important to us! In the first days of 2017, we analysed the questionnaires and forms completed by our customers online or at our offices.
With every translation project handoff, we ask our customers to fill in a questionnaire and rate the quality of translation services provided by Mitra Translations. We really appreciate and need your feedback so we can improve the quality of our work and meet your high expectations. We want to make sure we offer impeccable services and that makes each and every opinion important to us.
mitraResults From Our 2016 Customer Satisfaction Survey
With the start of 2017, each of us takes a look at the future filled with hope. In the first days of January, we set our goals and make plans for our future development. Instead of outlining a “bright future“, we, at Mitra Translations, are going to ask ourselves a few exciting questions related to the upcoming 2017.
Translation business is directly influenced by the changes in our society. The dynamic 2016 brought up a lot of questions related to the changes happening in Europe.
If you’re a professional translator or work in the translation industry, we bet you’re tired of hearing this question over and over again. If you don’t travel abroad, don’t live or work in a big city, or don’t do international business, maybe all you need to translate is a word or two here and there, probably just out of curiosity. But if you’ve ever tried to use Google Translate to try communicate with someone in another language, you probably realized pretty quickly that Google Translate just isn’t worth it.
Christmas is celebrated all over the world every year. And even though there are some common traits in the way people celebrate, the holiday carries the charm of every separate culture and reflects the local traditions and worldview. Read on to find out how people celebrate in different countries.
Mastering a second or third language may seem frustratingly hard. It’s not easy to memorise hundreds of words and to suffer through the humiliating conversations that may make you feel like an idiot because you can’t make a simple sentence.
Here are some of the most important reasons for you not to give up on learning foreign languages:
mitra15 Reasons to Learn at Least One More Language