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时间：2020-04-21 15:04:57 作者：
When you first learn to translate, you are often at a loss because of punctuation. Improper use of punctuation can lead to a sentence becoming another meaning. Today, the translation company introduces how to use punctuation in translation?
When people encounter punctuation, they always have a sense of awe. They regard it as a special object, but they don't know that punctuation. According to the dictionary, it's just "punctuation, line and other symbols beside or under the words, used to indicate the names of people, places or points, teasing and sentences". In other words, punctuation is a subsidiary part of Chinese. Since the conjunctions can be changed in translation, why should translators cling to the position and grasp several symbols in the original text instead of letting go?
Some symbols commonly used in English, such as brackets, dashes in long sentences, commas before and after appositions, and commas after adverbs appear alone, are rarely used in Chinese. If the translator is learning to write or trying to translate the poem, it is another matter.
Of course, there are exceptions. For example, some fragments in the Surrealist novel "the story of Heiwa" are often as long as ten lines, in which the relative clauses are closely linked, and the contents outside the main sentences are overlapped, which must be explained by brackets or dashes. In order to reproduce the strong surrealist color of the original work, we have to maintain some unique ways of expression in the original text, while the dashes, which are not often used in translation, also appear frequently in the translation.