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Walther, Rudolf, ed. PolytechnischesWcrterbuch,Deutsch-Englisch. Berlin: VEB Verlag Technik, 1979. —. Wörterbuch der Technik, Englisch-Deutsch. Essen: Verlag W. Girardet, 1981. Wilss, Wolfram. Are Training Programs for Translators Keeping up With the Times? d. —. Übersetzungswissenschaft: Probleme und Methoden. Stuttgart: Klett, 1977. Woodsworth, Judith. " Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the American Translators Association. Ed. Patricia E. Newman. , 1985. Symposium: Foreign Language Proficiency Criteria in Translation COORDINATOR: GABRIELA MAHN; CONTRIBUTORS: JERRY W.

Since wholes are sums of parts, the translator must be aware of how the parts of the original text func­ tioned in making up the whole so that he can preserve insofar as possible the whole-to-part relationship in the receptor language. Just as percep­ tions and conceptions are mapped differently from language to language, so discourses are organized in various ways. It is as if an artist working in water colors attempted to convey in that medium the intent ex­ pressed in an oil painting. While the very nature of the respective mediums, whether verbal or visual, resist total transfer, a reasonably able translator fully aware of the structural similarities and dissimilarities between the languages concerned can go a long way toward recreating textual values up to, say, low level 3.

Program approval by a professional organization usually means that a program is able to demonstrate that it has fulfilled specified requirements and conditions. It is a less formal and less expensive process which could be conducted without on-site visitation. 4. Program registration simply means that an institution offers a defined program of study as it is described and that a periodically up-dated record of such programs is kept by a national professional organization. 5. This proposal follows an outline prepared in1979by the then existing ATA Com­ mittee on Accreditation of Educational Programs in Translator Training which was chaired by the author.

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