India plays host to a colourful array of languages and of those 22 national languages, Hindi takes centre stage. This star player belongs to the Indo-Aryan language and not only plays the main language role in India, but also plays one of the top five leading fiddles on the world’s verbal language stage. So how do we translate from English to Hindi and vice versa? Let us take a look at the five tips below to discover what lies beneath these two languages:-
When you get to the nitty gritty of translation, the key point to consider is that a native translator will safeguard the native fluency of a translation throughout its text, and if you add specialist subject proficiency to the mix, where correct terminology or creative adaptation is fundamental, the end goal is always the same; that the text reads as if it has been written by a native.
“Translation is not a matter of words only: it is a matter of making intelligible a whole culture”. (Anthony Burgess, English writer and composer)
By Madeline Prusmann, Project Manager, June 2018
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