OTP Learning Series 04: Comment traduire

Ce tutoriel contient quelques règles de traduction pour les traducteurs volontaires du projet de traduction TED (Open Translation Project). Vous trouverez les règles mentionnées dans la vidéo sous le lien suivant: http://translations.ted.org/wiki/How_to_Tackle_a_Translation Cette vidéo a été créée pour les traducteurs volontaires du Open Translation Project de TED. En offrant des sous-titres, des transcriptions interactives et la possibilité que n'importe quelle conférence puisse être traduit par des traducteurs volontaires du monde entier, les projets TED Talks, TedxTalks et des leçons TED-ED dépassent les frontières du monde anglophone. Pour plus d’informations cliquez ici: http://www.ted.com/participate/translate Merci aux volontaires suivants pour la mise à disposition des sous-titres: Arabic: Khalid Marbou Burmese: Sann Tint & Myo Aung Chinese, Simplified: Samson Zhong & Hao Li Chinese, Traditional: Jessie Lin & Adrienne Lin Croatian: Ivan Stamenković & Senzos Osijek Dutch: Els De Keyser & Christel Foncke English: Krystian Aparta French: Elisabeth Buffard & Ariana Bleau Lugo German: Nadine Hennig & Katja Tongucer Greek: Theopi Panagiotoudi & Stefanos Reppas Hebrew: Shlomo Adam Italian: Patrizia C Romeo Tomasini & Elena Montrasio Japanese: Ai Tokimatsu & Akinori Oyama Kazakh: Askhat Yerkimbay & Bakytgul Salykhova Korean: Jeong-Lan Kinser & Stella Kang Persian: Farnaz Saghafi, Sina Pourasgari and Bidel Akbari Polish: Krystian Aparta Portuguese: Margarida Ferreira & Isabel Vaz Belchior Portuguese, Brazilian: Marcella Lopes & Mariana Yonamine Russian: Ksenia Dziubko & Bakytgul Salykhova Serbian: Ivana Korom & Mile Živković Slovenian: Matej Divjak & Nika Kotnik Spanish: Daniel Sainz & Emma Gon Turkish: Dogukan Ates & Guney Ornek Vietnamese: Sang To & Nhu Pham

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