From Kafka's Metamorphosis (Die Verwandlung),the character Gregor Samsa is transformed into a cockroach
he asks to leave
send her to conservatory for music
If their name is Gregor and you're referring to both of them, the correct possessive is The Gregors'
(example: the Gregors' swimming pool is clean.)
Word order (or sentence length)
Letter to His Father was created in 1966.
Answer this question The translator is not making any wording or structural decisions but is just copying the original author's words into another language.…
This is a very vague question, so there are lots of potential answers. One thing that makes translation difficult is that languages grow and stretch in order to put sounds (words) to experiences. Differences in culture, history, and societal world outlook causes languages to develop differently. Sometimes there aren't words in one language that adequately express what another language does perfectly.
Accuracy and readability (apex)
What element does a translator make the searches about the effect of the tone and pacing of a story
The answer is B Vermin is less specific, so the reader feels as confused as Gregor about what is happening.
He must pay off his parent’s debt.
The translator is not making any decisions about the work itself but is just copying the words into another language. (Apex)
there are many different interpretations of Kafka’s original words.
Correct connotations of words (APEX)
Because the guy from june 18th is an idiot the answer is "To prevent the removal of the picture from his room"
Gregor wishes he himself could have used the money to pay off his parents debt faster but is happy his family has the money.
Gregor doesn’t like his boss and wants to yell at him [APEX]
Both Grogor and Kafka are upset by the fathers' negativity but feel powerless against it
Through Gregor's transformation into a hideous bug
That their conflict has continued into Kafka's adulthood (Apex)
The Persecution felt by Jewish people, such as Kafka, in eastern europe
The ship that watched Icarus fall. [APEX]