Outlining of some of his statements will be enough to get his point of view on trans- lation process: 1) the translation must convey the source words, 2) the translation must convey the source ideas, 3) the translation must be read like the original, 4) the translation must be read like a translation, etc.
The first step is initiation at the time of translation. During this step, the smaller subunit of the ribosome can bind with mRNA molecules to initiate the process of translation. The mRNA now comes in contact with a tRNA (transfer RNA) that brings an amino acid called methionine on the initiating sequence of the mRNA.
Elongation. In the elongation step, the extending of the amino acid sequences and the formation of the amino acid chain is formed. This step is one of the major and larger steps in translation where a number of amino acids are added to the chain and linked together by peptide bonds to form polypeptide bonds.
The key components required for translation are mRNA, ribosomes, and transfer RNA (tRNA). During translation, mRNA nucleotide bases are read as codons of three bases. Each codon codes for a particular amino acid.
The basic language-focused elements of translation are translation, editing, proofreading, machine-translation and post-editing, and LSO. Management-focused elements of translation are project management, account management, tool selection and linguist selection.
In general, we recognize two main types of translation techniques: direct translation techniques and oblique translation techniques. Direct translation techniques can be used when the elements of the text being translated are similar in both the source and target languages.
A translation is a type of transformation that moves each point in a figure the same distance in the same direction. Translations are often referred to as slides. You can describe a translation using words like "moved up 3 and over 5 to the left" or with notation.