Context is Key to Successful Translation

Context is Key to Successful Translation

Context is a very important part of the translation process. If translators can’t see how the words fit in the content, then they are more likely to make a mistake. For example, did you know that there are 100 ways to translate run from English to Spanish. Don’t believe us? Check out the infographic below:

100 Ways to Say “Run” in Spanish

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