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Why call on a legal translator?

In the context of continually developing globalisation, the volume of transnational contracts and deeds is constantly increasing. Be it in the domain of business legislation or in that of civilian life, legal translation is an inevitable necessity.

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Bilingualism among children: a long-term acquisition

The vast majority of bilingual children learn their languages naturally; they grow up in an environment where two or more languages are required. Bilingualism therefore develops without any real linguistic planning by their family or acquaintances. But what solutions are offered to monolingual parents to help their children become bilingual?
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Man vs Artificial Intelligence : Human Translators Knock out the Competition

The abilities of human translators still surpass that of artificial intelligence. However, this is certain not to last. Despite some failures, artificial intelligence has been known to beat human champions at games such as the game of Go (a Chinese board game) or, more recently, poker. However, in the domain of translation, it still has a long way to go…
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Lost in Trumpslation: the Difficulties of Translating Donald Trump

Should we translate Trump’s words literally or do we iron out his confused ramblings and risk everyone believing he speaks normally? In mid-December, Bérengère Viennot, a French translator, brought to light the difficulties of translating Donald Trump into French; first the ‘shocking statements’ and ‘aggressive tweets’, then the speeches; and things have only got worse since his victory.
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