Under the influence of politics, economy, history, culture and local customs of different countries and regions, translators should pay attention to localization in translation. Below, Shanghai Zhenyun translation company takes you to understand the matters needing attention in the process of Korean Translation:
We should pay attention to the characteristics of long sentences in Korean. Generally speaking, Korean belongs to the category of adhesive language, that is to say, the modifying elements in Korean are generally long, and the sentence structure is relatively complex. Moreover, Korean is a kind of formal language, which can use the changes of word endings and word forms to express different relationships. Therefore, it is a very common thing to have long sentences in Korean. This is also a difficulty when translating Korean into Chinese. The sentences are very long.
The auxiliary word and ending system in Korean are relatively similar. Generally, sentences appear in the form of complex sentences and inclusive sentences. There should not be many clauses in complex sentences, and different clauses are connected by connectives. Therefore, when carrying out specific translation work, we should pay attention to the composition of subject, object, adverbial and predicate in sentences. Don't make mistakes.
We should grasp the internal logical relationship of sentences. In Korean, most of them like to use long attributes for modification. The subject of sentences is in a position of being modified and limited. This is the biggest difference between Korean and our Chinese. Our language subject is very prominent, but Korean is not. It usually has long modifying attributes. This difficulty is often encountered in Korean translation into Chinese.