ponedeljek, 06. december 2010

Tokrat še Hunglish in Itanglese

Pred dvema tednoma smo gostovali na ameriškem blogu BIK Terminology s prispevkom Denglisch, Franglais, Spanglish, Swenglist and the like in predstavili fenomen nenadzorovanega mešanja besed in jezikovnih elementov angleščine v druge jezike, tudi v strokovno terminologijo. Če niste sledili komentarjem, vas opozarjamo na dva zanimiva in dokaj obsežna, ki temeljito dopolnjujeta naš prispevek:

Jeno Demeczky je terminolog in nadzornik kakovosti prevajalske službe pri IBM Hungary, stanje v madžarščini in razloge zanje pa je kot terminolog opisal takole:

The situation is similar in Hungary. About 10% of my national language term proposals are accepted and used by the subject field professionals, in my case it is information technology. The rest of my proposals are used only once, when I submit them to our translators. In most cases, they admit that my proposals are good ones, sometimes even smart solutions, but they are late, subject matter experts already use the English terms, either in their original form, or written using Hungarian phonetics . . . [komentar v celoti]

Licia Corbolante je samostojna prevajalka in terminologinja, pred časom je bila zaposlena pri Microsoft Italia in Microsoft Ireland. Je tudi avtorica zanimivega bloga Terminologia etc. Stanje v italijanskem okolju prikazuje kot jezikoslovka in terminologinja takole:

The use of English words in Italian is variously described as itanglese, itangliano or anglitaliano. Unsurprisingly, assorted pundits regularly voice their concern about the “invasion” of English words, and bemoan the lack of an Italian language authority that might provide guidelines on neologisms and terminology standardization, but according to recent data, use of loanwords is not yet widespread in everyday speech (anglicisms amount to only about 0.7% of basic vocabulary) and it is mainly restricted to specialized domains, such as information technology, economics, finance, politics, sports and fashion . . . [komentar v celoti]

Zanimiv članek 773% increase in the use of English terms in Italian written texts znane prevajalske agencije z analizo velikega števila prevedenih besedil med leti 2000 in 2008 celo ugotavlja, da je italijanščina eden največjih "uvoznikov" angleških besed in akronimov, zato angleščina "kolonizira" italijanski jezik, za kar pa so najbolj zaslužni kar Italijani sami. Bolj pomirjajoč je rezultat iz leta 2010, ki ugotavlja rahlo umirjanje rasti - L’Itanglese continua ad avanzare con un incremento del +223%

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  1. Novejša objava Licie Corbolante o "Itanglese" na njenem bloguTerminologia etc.

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