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Today we take time to celebrate and reflect as we mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day. This week I was asked to translate, into German, a press release article by the University of Exeter about VE Day. In the past I have only done very little English into German translation as German is my second language. However, I was humbled and excited by this project and with the trusty help of some native friends I was able to get the text translated, proofread and submitted within 48
Today marks one week since the launch of PRT - Paige Rheannon Translations, and what a week it has been! I was overwhelmed with support from friends, family, colleagues and my LinkedIn network and I can't express how grateful I am. Yet, I was flooded with statements of people mistaking what I do - translation - for interpretation. I realised that to the general public, this isn't always so clear cut! So, before I get too deep into translation blogging, I thought it'd be best