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When comparing translation and editing, what are the key differences? Empty When comparing translation and editing, what are the key differences?

Tue Nov 08, 2022 5:23 pm
The final step in every translation project is the proofreading phase. Editors' main focus should be on the intended text. They signify that the intended message was successfully conveyed to the audience. The goal of a proofreader is to ensure that the entire piece makes sense.
In what ways might translational research be broken down into three subfields?
As told by Translation proofreading experts The phases of translational research are shown and classified in the graphic as follows: T1 — therapy and intervention development. Identifying the efficacy and value of these therapies is the focus of T2. Studying the propagation and institutionalization of change at the systemic level
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