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Linguistic and Contextual Review
The linguistic and contextual review is another element of our quality assurance process. Should you not have in-house speakers who could review the translated content for style and consistency then we would recommend the use of this service. In this instance, an independent reviewer would be asked to look over the translated content and make note of any areas that could be amended. We would require the need for a linguistic and contextual review to be outlined at the start of the project.Learn More
Here's When Linguistic and Contextual Review Can Help!
to add an extra layer of quality to the project
make sure that the content is grammatically accurate and fit for purpose
if you do not have in-house native speakers to conduct a review
Our translation work is carried out to the highest standards, but for publication quality we always recommend that a translator’s work is double checked by an independent reviewer. We are happy to collaborate with your in-country colleagues should you prefer for them to conduct the review and if this falls within their role. When this is not possible, we can provide you with a linguistic and contextual review service that is performed by a specialist reviewer who is a native speaker of the target language and who works independently to the translator who has carried out the original work.
We will employ a team of professional reviewers who are native speakers of the target language and with specialist knowledge and experience in your industry to perform a review of the translated content looking at style and consistency across the board.The quality checks performed by the reviewer at this stage involve the following:
The third party reviewer will deliver a report highlighting any amends to be made before we deliver the final project. At this stage the glossary and translation memory will also be updated and feedback will be sent to the original translator.
- Revision: a careful comparison of source and target texts, identifying potential mistranslations, checking accuracy and terminology consistency, etc.
- Review: taking a "fresh look" at the content, assessing the translation as an independent text that has to conform to target readers' expectations, concentrating mostly on style.
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