First of all, if French translators want to do a good job, they must "stick to their fist and bend their tongue". They can't be complacent with the general level of "listening, speaking, reading, writing and translation". They should find some vivid and vivid expressions by reading newspapers, watching TV, listening to the radio and other forms, record them, review the old and know the new, and strive to improve their language ability to a higher level, so as to be concise and fluent, Correct expression language. Only in this way can we really do a good job in French translation.
secondly, banquets are inevitably involved in trade exchanges. For most translators, the translation of meals at banquets is really a headache. In addition, most Westerners are humorous and humorous. Banquets are often warmed up in the form of jokes. However, due to the differences between eastern and Western cultures, the jokes they tell are not funny to us, which will lead to a stalemate in the banquet. Therefore, as a qualified translator, It is necessary to be flexible at the banquet and have a deep understanding of the cultural background of the target language, which is also a great challenge for translation.
moreover, those who have come into contact with the French know that those French with high social status and good education like to chew words when speaking, and are good at using metaphors, metaphors and other modification methods to make their expression more elegant and implicit. Therefore, when they speak, they are not straightforward and clear at the beginning, but tortuous and circuitous. They often make several detours to understand what they mean, What's more unexpected is that when expressing their personal views, they will use virtual tense or premise tense to express that these views belong to their personal subjective views. Therefore, it is also a big challenge for translators to break through the network woven by gorgeous words and modifications.
Finally, we must use the function in peacetime and understand the cultural background and folk customs of French as much as possible through some existing forms. Only when we really understand a language can we be handy in use.