The review process represents the final stage in which the entire content of a document undergoes thorough analysis, to ensure its quality and credibility. The task can be undertaken by an expert in the field or a native speaker of the language.
Types of Review
- Comparative Review: This type of review compares the original document with its translation. It aims at standardizing terminology, checking grammar and spelling, analyzing the intended meaning, identifying false cognates, assessing the flow of the text, and ensuring that there are no omissions.
- Grammar Check (Proofreading): This stage focuses on identifying and correcting typing errors, spelling mistakes, and grammatical issues.
- Native Proofreading: A native reviewer ensures the fluency and suitability of the text in the target language.