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The “Ibero-Americanization” of the Cervantes Institute, Heading Towards the United States

The director of the Cervantes Institute (In Spanish, Instituto Cervantes), Victor García de la Concha, announced last week that the organization is in the process of increasing collaboration with different Ibero-American cultural centers. This initiative had already been announced in previous press releases from the institution, but now is when the fruits of this collaboration will […]

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How to Abbreviate the United States of America in Spanish

Let’s clear up a few issues. The official name is: Estados Unidos de America. It can be written with or without the article: (los) Estados Unidos de América. If the article is included, the verb is pluralized: “Los Estados Unidos han firmado un nuevo acuerdo comercial.” If the article is not included, the verb remains […]

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Are Millennials Killing the Translation Industry?

It’s possible that the recent trend of blaming millennials for killing everything from long-lasting relationships to entire industries might’ve been blown a bit out of proportion. Or is it really? Millennials are generally considered to belong to the generation born straight out of the early 1980s to the mid-1990s. During the past few years, a […]

‘Estadounidismos’: A New Variety of Spanish

More and more people in the United States speak Spanish; in fact, it is the second most spoken language in the country. As a consequence, many official documents are now written in Spanish. Both public bodies and private companies translate many of their documents. Sometimes it is so employees or users can better understand rules, […]

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Nike Selects Trusted Translations to Interpret for Neymar, Jr.

Neymar, Jr. and Nike: Interpreting for the Elite

Consecutive interpreting can be a challenging task in almost every environment. Now, take two of the biggest names in sports — Nike and Neymar Jr. — and add an army of fans, a sizable entourage, film crews and a dash of flying soccer balls to the mix. This was Trusted Translations’ latest assignment in Los […]

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Capital Mistakes

One of the main doubts English to Spanish translators have is deciding how to choose from the capitalization options the Spanish language has to offer depending on the specific flavor we are working with. One such example is Spanish U.S., where most prefer to follow the English capitalization rule in which every word of a title or header is […]

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