Translation is the process of transferring information from one language to another while trying to preserve as much information as possible. Something like that. The problem is that it is almost impossible to transfer information this way without any losses on the way.
Among the most popular areas of translation document, videos, e-mails, games, website, and mobile applications.
Translators don’t only translate, they also do localization, transcription, proofreading, etc.
Localization is the process of adapting a product or content to a specific locale or market.
Transcription in the linguistic sense is the systematic representation of language in written form.
Proofreading is the reading of an electronic copy of a publication to detect and correct production errors of text.
Translators will be needed as long as nations of this planet speak differently.
English is native for 360-400 million peoples in the world. Mainly use in United Kingdom (UK), United States (US), Australia (AU), New Zealand (NZ). Also use in Canada (CA), Ireland (IE), Kenya (KE), Ghana (GH), Nigeria (NG) and others.
The native name of the English language is the English. Also known as British, American, Australian, New Zealand. English has some dialects: American English, Australian English, British English, Canadian English, Indian English, New Zealand English, Nigerian English, North American English, Pakistani English, Philippine English, Scottish English, Singlish, South African English, Welsh English
French is native for 76.8 million peoples in the world. Mainly use in France (FR), Luxembourg (LU), Monaco (MC), Switzerland (CH), Belgium (BE). Also use in Haiti (HT), Canada (CA), Cameroon (CM), Republic of the Congo (CG), Ivory Coast (CI).
The native name of the French language is the Français. Also known as Luxembourgish, Belgian. French has some dialects: African French, Maghreb French, Canadian French, Acadian French, Chiac, Newfoundland French, Quebec French, Ontario French, Louisiana French, Missouri French, New England French, Haitian French, Cambodian French, Indian French, Lao French, Vietnam French, Aostan French, Belgian French, Jersey Legal French, Meridional French, Swiss French