Monthly Archives: August 2011

Nicaraguan Academy of Language

This language academy was founded on August 8, 1928, through an Executive Order of President Adolfo Diaz, published a week later in the Official Gazette. Its creation and legal status were approved by Legislative Decree of the National Congress of President Jose Maria Moncada on February 22, 1929, published in the Official Gazette on January […]

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Multilingual SEO Webinar on September 1

We have some exciting news as our COO, Gustavo Lucardi, who is considered a pioneer in the field of Multilingual Search Engine Optimization (MSEO), will be presenting a webinar titled “Multilingual SEO Opportunities for LSPs” on Thursday, September 1. This webinar will be a great chance for Gustavo to share with everyone who is interested […]

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European Master’s in Translation (EMT)

All professionals in the translation field know that all too often, our work is undervalued, and it seems that a person who is somewhat fluent in a two languages is automatically ​​able to call himself a “translator.” In order to give this profession the place it deserves and to offer its potential candidates better opportunities, […]

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Inconsistencies between Office 1997 and 2007

We are already well aware that nothing about technology should surprise us anymore, whether it’s software, products, devices, phones, laptops, etc. All these products we buy today may be obsolete in a couple of months. We know how fast they move on and how quickly all the products we use on a regular basis are […]

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Dominican Language Academy

Founded in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on October 12, 1927, it works side by side with the Spanish Royal Academy in its mission to include all regional expressions of the pan-Hispanic community in order to give uniformity to the language spoken in so many parts of the world , each with its own history and […]

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Another Semitic Language: Hebrew

Hebrew is a Semitic language of the Afro-Asiatic language family. The oldest Hebrew alphabet comes from the Phoenicians and the modern alphabet from another known as proto-Hebrew. Hebrew has always been the language of the Jewish people, and during the mid 19th century many efforts were made to get Hebrew to become the everyday language […]

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Neologisms and Technical-Scientific Translators

Translators who specialize in the technical-scientific field come across difficult words to translate almost on a daily basis. This is not just because of the specificity of the text but also because most discoveries and research in this area usually comes from foreign countries. Often times, their recent discovery has not given the target language enough time […]

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Bolivian Language Academy

The Royal Spanish Academy was founded in 1713 by the Marquis of Villena Juan Manuel Fernández Pacheco. Its predecessor was the French Academy, founded in 1637 by Cardinal Richelieu, but the initiative for this rich idea was originated by Plato in Athens, with his Academy, where he taught philosophy and much more. The need for […]

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