Conduct an internet search for tools and options for translating the written and spoken word into another language. Provide information on three choices (free, moderate cost, expensive). Do not copy descriptions of the products. Discuss what the products or services can do (and cannot do). Explain why the various tools would be helpful in doing business in another language. (2 pages)
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Using articles exclusively from the Trident Online Library's full-text databases (such as Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete and/or ProQuest Central), research issues with translating and the miscommunications that can take place. Do not include commercials and ads in this discussion; they will be covered later in class. Do not use any quotations except to provide examples of errors in translations.
Based on your research, what are best practices for businesses when communicating in a non-native language when conducting commerce? (2 pages)
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