There’s no translation angle on this one, but you won’t find many Spanish eggcorns better than this contributed example from 2008:
For the machines amongst you:
Se ofrece señora para atención a personas mayores y discapacitadas Con titilación y experiencia y labores domesticas…
Who says you can’t find staff these days?
- Diputación de Málaga wastes €20,000 subsidising a badly translated school textbook
Lars Bjørn Hanssen > Diario Sur (> Teresa Aguilar > Carlos Ferrero): The Diputación de Málaga gave €20,000 to help Loving Books publish an Atlas ilustrado de la provincia de Málaga; Alejandro Villén Real at Loving Books gave very little of that to an apparently unemployed receptionist for the English translation; no quality control was undertaken on the
- Mayoress´ Gretting
What does the English translation of the official presentation website for Vinoble 2010 tell us? That the Mayoress of Jerez cares more about how her hair looks than about how her words are interpreted? That her administration is as thick as pigshit and happy to wallow in it? Well, not necessarily.
Our etymology department has been …
- I assure you that if you trust us, you will not regret
In Essan Translations we work with specialized translators whose job is excellent. Therefore, if you need translation services, whether translation of documents, web pages, books, letters, etc., as well as searches of information in other languages, altogether with the corresponding translation, please, do not doubt in communicate it to us. I assure
- Pinterest and the Five Stages of Beef
Because there is a limit to the Catalan sausage with Jews one can consume, here’s the estimable Miguel Llorens on how US Facebook-bubble wannabes Pinterest have been trying, and failing, to get translation for free. On his blog, watch Sarah Tavel raft the five rivers of Hades, aka the dotbomb marketeer’s Five Stages of Beef™:
- Styx (the