Traductores A.C. Capítulo Occidente
Av. Progreso #270
Col. Americana Guadalajara, Jalisco
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- Miembros y estudiantes: 1 módulo $900 / 3 módulos: $2,200
- Público general:1 módulo $1,350 / 3 módulos: $3,500
bancario en México:
Nombre: Organización de Traductores de Occidente, A. C.
Número de cuenta: 0170391708
CLABE: 072 320 00170391708 4
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de inscripción: 15 de marzo de 2013
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Course Start Date: Monday, March 18th, 2013
Total hours: 12 hours x 3 = 36 hours
en inglés, PART 1: How is English different from Spanish?
o Reviewing the basics of English grammar and addressing issues that Mexicans have with the English language
o English grammar exercises
o The fundamental differences between English and Spanish (active vs. passive, grammatical structure versus vocabulary, the formality of vocabulary versus the formality of tú and usted)
o Different use of tenses
o Direct, clear writing versus long elaborate sentences
o Verbs used in Spanish that don't need an equivalent in English
Monday, March 18th, Wednesday, March 20th, Friday, March 22nd
Monday, April 8th, Wednesday, April 10th, Friday, April 12th
Redacción en inglés, PART 2: What is good writing in English?
o What are the principles of good writing in English?
o English writing practice: knowing what you want to say and getting that across
o How to cut down a translation from Spanish into English
o Short writing exercises
o The difference between translating the words and turning a translation into English
o The differences in English writing for different areas, especially technical writing for areas such as:
Monday, May 6th, Wednesday, May 8th, Friday, May 10th
Monday, May 13th, Wednesday, May 15th Friday, May 17th
en inglés, PART 3: Masters of the English Language
o George Orwell and Lewis Carroll, examples from their works
o Examples of good English writing, technical and otherwise from various sources
o Influence of social media on the quality of the written word
o How English is a constantly evolving language
o Short writing exercises
o 500 word writing assignment to be handed in on the last Tuesday, corrected papers can be picked up at the OMT or sent by email
Monday, May 20th, Wednesday, May 22nd, Friday, May 24th
Monday, May 27th, Wednesday, May 29th, Friday, May 31st
is a 2011 graduate of the Master's degree in Translation and Interpretation
from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara and an Honor's Bachelor
of Arts in Philosophy graduate from the University of Toronto, Canada.
She has lived in the Guadalajara area since 2008 and has been translating and interpreting since 2009. Translation clients include the National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR), the Guadalajara Chamber of Commerce and the University of Guadalajara, among others. Recent interpreting assignments have seen her in Amatitán, Jalisco at Casa Herradura and at the Electoral and Citizen Participation Institute of Jalisco carrying out simultaneous, consecutive and escort interpreting assignments.
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