Simplified English Kris Smith 21 July 2010

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A short presentation introducing Simplified English, or Controlled Language. July 2010.

A short presentation introducing Simplified English, or Controlled Language. July 2010.

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  • 1. High quality translation services delivered on time,
    ...with a smile!
    “Simplified English”
    Kris Smith, Business Development Director
    Direct dial: +44(0)844 854 8958
  • 2. Agenda – Simplified English
    • What Is It?
    • 3. What Is The Value to Our Clients?
    • 4. Who Uses this?
    • 5. How Much Does It Cost?
  • 6. What Is It?
    Simplified English aims to minimize the potential ambiguity associated with numerous iterative writing styles in the language commonly known worldwide as English pertaining to that which is written in documents of varying purposes and contexts in none-standard styles or formats and which can prove intricate, complex or problematical in it’s implementation, adoption, integration or sustained rollout and furthermore is hazardous, non-price efficient and costly to localise or translate.....
    Only joking!
  • 7. What Is The Value To Our Clients...
    • Reduce ambiguity
    • 8. Improve clarity
    • 9. Improve comprehension
    • 10. Make human translation easier, faster and cheaper
    • 11. Facilitate computer-assisted translation and machine translation
    • 12.
  • 13. An example from the Defence Sector
    Clean the turret dome chassis thermal window securing screw threaded holes and the thermal window 16 securing screws of all previously used sealant using solvent.
    Clean the screw threaded holes and the 16 securing screws of the thermal window. Use solvent to remove all sealant.
  • 14. Who Uses this
    • Aviation sector
    • 15. Defence sector
    • 16. Engineering / Manufacturing sector
  • 17. Who Are Our Competitors...........
    • Other LSPs
    • 18. Simplified English specialists
    • 19. Individual Consultants
  • 20. How Much Does It Cost...
    • English to Simplified English
    • 21. £250 per 1000 words
    • 22. Other Languages to Simplified English
    • 23. Price On Application
    • 24. We can deliver 1,500 words
    per day
  • 25. Thanks for looking!
    ...please contact me directly of you would like to discuss further
    Kris Smith
    +(0)844 854 8958