I've just returned to the U.S. after spending most of my adult life in Chile and I'm looking forward to new adventures! I hold a BA from New York University, an MBA from Loyola University Maryland, as well as certificates in translation studies and simultaneous interpreting. In my free time, I love to travel, meet new people, practice yoga, paint, drink coffee, and read.
Latest posts by Kristina Edinger
Tips for New Translators — Part 3: Slang and Social Media
Social media has to do with shared experiences, which are very difficult to translate. One must really have a grasp of the context.
Tips for New Translators: Part 2 — Metalanguage and Word Order
(Editor's note — This post is the second in the three-part series: Tips for New Translators.) Understanding metalanguage Foundations of Translation was my first course in the Translations Studies program at the University of Denver. It was pure theory and it wasn't easy for me to fully grasp some of...
Tips for New Translators — Part 1: Pretranslation and Context
I want to share with new translators the tips and tools, as well as my mistakes, so that your translations are not only correct, but accurate!