Re: introducing steps - translation issues
Just wondering how big a factor translation issues really are....
1) Isn't it the translator's job to figure out how to most effectively restate what I've written for their target audience?
2) If a person doesn't understand English well enough to figure out the syntax of a "To do" introductory phrase... do they have any hope of understanding the actual procedure?
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