Translation or translate is a written transmission of speech from one language to another. Interpretation is the oral translation. Translation is done from the source language to the target language. The source text can be a specialized text or a literary text. The translation is done by a translator. Most translators specialize in either fiction texts (translators) or fiction (literary translators). Compartment translation is the translation of all types of technical texts, such as user manuals, technical descriptions, medical certificates, contracts. Translations not only requires good language skills but also good stylistic knowledge, cultural competence and, for the translation of technical text, good technical knowledge. Professional translators in Sweden only translate into their mother tongue.

Simple directions for a good translation

The definition of translation given to us from the most reliable sources tells us that:
Translation is an activity comprising the interpretation of the meaning of a text (”source” or ”from”) and the subsequent production of a new text, equivalent to the original one, in another language (a ”target” or ”target”). Indeed, those who work in the field will realize how many times you’ve heard of ”Language of origin” or ”source language” of what in the jargon is called the target language to mean exactly the target language.

Translation in court

The party or representative of a party to a case or matter before an administrative law, a district court, a land court, an environmental court, a maritime court or a tenancy and tenancy tribunal which has jurisdiction which completely or partially coincides with the municipalities of Gällivare, Haparanda, Kiruna , Pajala and Övertorneå have the right to use Finnish or Meänkieli case or matter, the case or matter related to any of these municipalities. The same applies Sami in such a court with a jurisdiction which is wholly or partly coincides with the municipalities or partially covers the municipalities of Arjeplog, Gällivare, Jokkmokk and Kiruna, about the case or matter related to any of these municipalities.