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Some observations and considerations; process of translation J-E:
Translations are processed
with 50 specialized electronic dictionaries of ‘LogoVista’ that are, literally, growing daily as new terms enter a field, and as translators add their own terms to their vocabulary. Combined, these technologies build up at ‘Trados’ the Translator’s Workbench.
Not just a question of translating
the words correctly, goes without saying. All translations must take into account cultural considerations and cultural styles. The way documents are organized and written in one country may not be understood well in another. So each document that CMLAS works on is also evaluated against the criteria of accurately translating the author's meaning, as well as the words.
Three QQQ
(Query, Quest, and Quintessential) are quality-control points. In CMLAS's translation process we shall thus endeavor that translated documents being read replicate the intent and style of the original source.
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    Multi-lingual communications for decades. Peruse translation samples
6. Long-term projects
    Newsletters, whether in print or electronically distributed, view the Portfolio
7. Translating websites.
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8. Price/Quality Ratio.
    A fair price is not too little, but certainly not too much.
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   European Languages
German/French/Danish/Dutch to English: per A4 double spacing 3.600 Yen
 or per word count when more than four A4 sheets: 15 yen per word. 
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    English to German/French/Danish/Dutch: per A4 double spacing 4.000 Yen
 or 20 Yen per word count when more than four A4 sheets.
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  Japanese to English / English to Japanese
  J-E 20 Yen per Kanji / Kana / Romaji character
  E-J 30 Yen per word count
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    For a sample 8 language botanical scientific summary: Campine_J.A.E._Slembrouck