This glossary has been developed in cooperation with
numerous professional translators and editors. Its
purpose is to establish high standards for the quality
of language usage, to promote uniformity in language
usage, and to minimize the risk of misinterpretation of
Vietnamese-language materials issued by the Internal
Revenue Service (IRS).
Classification of a group of items in decreasing order of annual dollar
volume or other criteria. This array is then split into three classes called A, B, and C. The A
group represents 10 – 20% by number of items and 50 –70% by projected dollar volume. The
next grouping, B, represents about 20% of the items and about 20% of the dollar volume. The C
class contains 60 – 70% of the items and represents about 10 – 30% of the dollar volume.
The Division of Child Support (DCS) wishes to express its sincere
gratitude to those individuals who offered their expertise and
devoted time and energy in creating and reviewing the translation of
this glossary. The project would not have been possible without their
support and help.
Assembly Bill 748, enacted in 1997, requires
that the test or tests assessing the progress of
English learners toward achieving fluency in
English be aligned with state standards for
English-language development. The San
Diego County Office of Education, under
contract with the Standards and Assessment
Division of the California Department of
Education, named an advisory committee of
state and national leaders to assist in the
development of the English-language development
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At the beginning of the guide we saw how the
word “project”, which exists in most languages,
has very different meanings in different contexts.
It’s useful to spend time checking that there really
is agreement on basic concepts and what they mean.
It’s often worth doing a glossary. The choice of
working languages is crucial – if there’s only one
there’s a risk of (a) misunderstanding (b) the project
being dominated by native speakers. Translation and
interpreting are expensive and time consuming,
though, so a compromise solution is usually