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时间：2019-08-08 16:19:05 作者：
English translation is not a simple literal translation. Misunderstanding of the Chinese source text is very common in translation teaching and examinations. Today, the book translation company tells you what problems English translation often neglects.
English translation should know some classical Chinese properly and have a certain reading ability. This is especially important for translators engaged in C-E translation. Nowadays, it is generally not advocated to translate the original English text into Chinese. Therefore, translators who are engaged in translating English into Chinese have a poor knowledge of classical Chinese and generally have little problems.
English translation needs to grasp the meaning of words accurately. Understanding of words, especially common words, can not be plausible. Otherwise, misunderstanding will occur in Chinese-English translation, and improper expression or puzzling will occur in English-Chinese translation.
English translation should be sensitive to the new development of Chinese and understand the new usage of new words, including network language and some popular languages among teenagers. Since the modern vernacular movement, the development of modern Chinese has changed rapidly. Many usages that were previously thought to be non-conforming to the norms have now become normative expressions. For example, conditional sentences guided by "if" were thought to be placed only before the main sentence and not conforming to the norms after the sentence. Nowadays, many people have used them, and many people have accepted them. Slowly, they have become normative expressions.
In addition, when doing English translation, we should also understand the differences between English and Chinese. Whether translated from English to Chinese or from Chinese to English, there are too many substandard sentences in some translated versions. The reason lies in the translator's failure to get rid of the interference of the source language. Understanding the differences between English and Chinese will help translators overcome these interference. For example, if the translator knows the difference between English sentence length and Chinese sentence length, he can consciously control the length of the translated sentence in English-Chinese translation, break down the long sentence of the original text as far as possible, and restructure it without violating the style of the original text; in Chinese-English translation, he can also integrate the short sentences of Chinese so as to avoid the translation. The English sentences in Chinese are too short and scattered, which do not conform to the standard of English writing.