Serial Comma

A serial comma (or some call it Oxford comma) is a comma that precedes a coordinating conjunction such as and. Take a look at this example: I love chocolate, cheese, and coke. The serial comma comes after the word cheese. In writing, serial comma is a part of the...

Making Effective Term Bases

Translators working with CAT tools are definitely familiar with term bases. But various genres of translation project imply different appropriation of term base use. In projects that emphasize fluency and style, like literary translation, film subtitling and so on,...

Because or Since?

People often use because and since interchangeably, simply because they sound synonymous. But, are they really synonymous? Well, let’s find out! I haven’t heard from him since February. Since he has a sweet tooth, let’s buy him a chocolate cake for his birthday...
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