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Yearly archive 2015

The Chicago Manual of Style – 1st vs 16th Edition

Widely acknowledged as the go-to book on American-English style, The Chicago Manual of Style – now in its 16th edition – is an absolutely indispensable resource for translators; however, for some, the very idea of spending 65 dollars* Read More →

There’s more to Wikimedia than Wikipedia…

Wikipedia is so helpful to translators that most of us would rather not admit quite how much we rely on it — partly because, as everyone knows, Wikipedia has a certain less-than-perfect reputation when it comes to accuracy. However, Read More →

Commonly Spoken But Rarely Ever Written English Contractions

A friend of mine (whose first language isn't English) recently asked me how to contract "they are", to which I replied "they're". The same person then asked how to contract "there are", to which I replied "there're" (I was speaking Read More →

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