时间：2019-01-03 18:04:51 编辑：
More and more exchanges between countries promote the development of the translation industry, more and more students join the ranks of translation, translation is divided into interpretation and translation.
1. Translation of science and technology
It refers to the content of translation involving various areas of professional knowledge, also known as professional translation. This kind of translation requires that the translator be a professional in a certain field, have the corresponding professional knowledge and professional terminology. Scientific and technological articles are usually characterized by longer sentences, more specialized technical vocabulary and more complicated sentence structure. Moreover, the translation of science and technology is focused on the meaning, which should be summarized accurately and phrased strictly, but not the artistry of the language. Therefore, translators engaged in science and technology translation must have a solid knowledge of grammar and analysis, and the ability to break down longer sentences. The ultimate goal of most language majors is to be able to Be engaged in professional translation work, because this part of the people is the main group of language learning. At the same time, only professionals can really do a good job in science and technology translation. In the classification of translation, translation can be used in a wide range, including financial translation, medical translation, electronic translation, mechanical translation and legal translation.
2. Literary translation
This means that the materials translated are mainly literary works. The subject matter of this kind of content is quite extensive, the content is numerous and complicated, the translation is very difficult. It not only reproduces the characters and storylines of the original, but also maintains the artistic realm of the original. Not only the accuracy of the language, but also pay attention to the literary style of words, explore the potential meaning of the original text. It includes novels, prose, poems, dramas and, in a broad sense, philosophy, history, psychology, sociology and other liberal arts.
Literary translation is undoubtedly the most difficult task in translation. It requires the translator to have a high degree of literary accomplishment in both English and Chinese, solid bilingual basic skills and superb translation skills, and must also have a large number of translation experience as the basis.