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» New English-Polish and Polish-English Dictionaries: Some Problems Related to Legal, Financial and Insurance Terminology
By Lucja Biel, Ph.D. | Published 06/9/2005 | Book Reviews | Recommendation:
Until recently Polish-English translators had to do with Jan Stanisławski's The Great English-Polish and Polish-English Dictionary or The Kosciuszko Foundation English-Polish and Polish-English Dictionary, both of which were published in the late '50s or early '60s. For nearly forty years they were the largest source of reference, although not always a reliable one due to errors/omissions and ...
» Incongruity of Company Law Terms: Categorization of Polish Business Entities
By Lucja Biel, Ph.D. | Published 02/8/2008 | Legal/Patent Translation | Recommendation:
The article discusses the categorization of Polish business entities and their US and UK English equivalents in selected legal and business dictionaries. The main focus is placed on partnerships and companies/corporations. The degree of incongruity is many a time relatively large due to different categorization principles.
» Working for Translation Agencies as a Freelancer: a Guide for Novice Translators
By Lucja Biel, Ph.D. | Published 01/10/2010 | Getting Established | Recommendation:
The article gives tips for beginners on how to work successfully with translation agencies and what to do to make a good impression. The following topics are discussed: relationship management, quality assurance, deadlines, payment issues and professional ethics.
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