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Mester Kiadó Collections

Mester Kiadó, a publishing company, commissioned Multi-Lingua to translate various series of collections from Hungarian into Bulgarian and Romanian.

These projects were quite complex, as Multi-Lingua was responsible for translation, technical revision, and linguistic revision – as well as the final proofreading process that followed the preparation of the layout for printing. And all this with tight deadlines that guaranteed that the issues would be finalized in time for the tri-weekly print times. This task put Multi-Lingua in charge of a process that was significantly more complex than the average translation.
The first collection was called Családorvos (Family Doctor), which Multi-Lingua translated into Romanian. This was followed by the Gardening Made Easy series and the Speak English series that helps readers to learn English. It also includes a CD and is presently still ongoing. The collection of recipes called Főzzünk könnyedén (Cooking Made Easy) and the Wildlife Explorer series was translated into Bulgarian.
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