How do you proofread a translation?

How do you proofread a translation?

How to proofread translationsSpell checker.Take a break.Concentrate!Watch out for common errors.Read it out loud.Check the punctuation.Formatting.Check list.

What are the essentials of proofreading?

The essentials of foolproof proofreadingChoose an environment that is quiet and free from distractions;Read the whole document for the ‘big picture’;Scan for visual style, word division and word spacing;Read the document several times;Proofread for only one type of error at a time;Don’t rely on spell or grammar checkers;

What does Stet mean?

Stet is an obelism, used by proofreaders and editors to instruct the typesetter or writer to disregard a change the editor or proofreader had previously marked. It is a form of the Latin verb sto, stare, steti, statum.

Is a stet a conviction?

It’s important to understand that a stet is not a conviction. It’s an indefinite postponement of a criminal case for up to 3 years. A stet can be expunged after three years if (1) the case is not reopened and (2) the defendant is not convicted of a crime during that time period.

What does Stet mean in legal terms?

let it stand

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