Update : 2018.12.13  Thu  No : 499
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HUFS Stages First Interpreting & Translation Competition

HUFS Global Campus held an interpretation & translation competition late October and November. This is the first official competition to be held at The College of Interpretation & Translation since its establishment in 2008.

It was conducted by interpreting or translating Korean text, which was read by a professor, into a major language. Departments of English, German, Spanish, Arabic, Malay-Indonesian Interpretation and Translation participated in the competition.

Jeong Seong-eun, Department of English Interpretation and Translation ‘13, who won the first prize in the competition, said, “Having my translation skills verified was special.” He added, “The study method of memorizing whole English sentences helped me.” He also exclaimed that the competition needs active promotion so that it can firmly establish itself as a meaningful contest to attend.



 

2018.12.13  No : 499 Oh Ju-yeong 2017021177@hufs.ac.kr
 
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