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    • The Afrikaans orthographic rules as guide for other South African languages 

      Alberts, Mariëtta (Woordeboek van die Afrikaanse Taal (US), 2013)
      The spelling and orthographic rules of a language are very important for compilers of general and technical dictionaries. When compiling a dictionary, the lexicographers and termi­no­graphers should adhere to these rules. ...
    • Developing legal terminology in African languages as aid to the court interpreter: a South African perspective 

      Alberts, Mariëtta; Mollema, Nina (Woordeboek van die Afrikaanse Taal (US), 2013)
      The need for unambiguous communication in the theoretical and applied fields of human activity, such as the legal profession, is constantly increasing. Terminologists and subject specialists are focused on the provision ...
    • Die ontwikkeling van Afrikaanse vaktaal: Verlede, hede en toekoms 

      Alberts, Mariëtta (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2016)
      Terminology development is an interdisciplinary activity that takes as its point of departure the concepts related to a certain subject area. Terminography practice depends on language development and lexicographical ...
    • National lexicography units: past, present, future 

      Alberts, Mariëtta (Bureau of the WAT; University of Stellenbosch, 2011)
      This article deals with the national dictionary offices of the previous bilingual dispensation, the eleven official national dictionary offices in the present multilingual dispensation, and the future prospects of these ...