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Translators are a waste of space September 2, 2013

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Fun stuff.
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This video was written and performed by Erik Skuggevik for The Norwegian Association of Literary Translators. It’s pretty brilliant if you ask me.

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1. jamiehartztranslations - September 2, 2013

“Brilliant” is right! Thanks for sharing… I’m inspired. 🙂

2. Dominique - September 3, 2013

Wonderful – and so true !

3. Terena Bell - September 3, 2013

Wow.

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4. itsallchinese - September 4, 2013

I really like this – thanks for sharing! I just can’t stop wondering how long it must have taken to create. The thought processes involved are quite mind-blowing, even for someone who loves language as much as I do (and admittedly, even if I had the skill required, I’m not sure I could muster the patience…).
I enjoy your blog by the way. I’m new to the blogosphere but can already say your Wordless Wednesdays are an entertaining mid-week break!
From a fellow freelancer 🙂

5. Furrows of her Brow - November 26, 2013

“They’re experts at making easy peasy work seem really difficult.”
It’s true! But finding the perfect translation is difficult!
I love what happens when this gets reversed.
Also, fun fact, Russian, German, and English are my main languages too, and I am also a German to English translator. We should hang. 🙂


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