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Languages in Infinite Space

While the SETI Institute (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) tirelessly explores the different corners of space, hoping to capture some extraterrestrial sign or transmission confirming that we are not alone in the universe, many have chosen to ask themselves the opposite question: have our broadcasts reached a planet where there is intelligent life? And if so, […]

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Latin American Translators Living Abroad

Many of us work in translation because it provides us with endless satisfaction not only professionally and monetarily, but also on a personal level. It’s a career full of learning. We often hear people say: “I can work from anywhere as long as there is Internet.” This allows us to travel the world and establish our […]

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Underwater Conversations

Many believe that we humans are the only members of the animal kingdom capable of developing our own language separate from our innate and instinctive knowledge. Although humans have a clear advantage, as we have approximately 4000 languages, under the sea there are voices calling out to join the club, and which might give us a […]

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The Longest Word in the World is German

In Germany, the captain of a steam boat arrives at the navigation bridge to set out on a new journey along the Danube River. Upon arriving at his cabin, he realizes that he is missing something important: the key to open the door. So the captain then asks a crew member where the Donaudampfschifffahrtsgesellschaftskapitänskajütentürsschlüssel is. […]

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Sports as an Area of Expertise for Translators

As students of translation and even as professionals in the field, we often wonder what our next business step will be. Therefore, in this article we will take a look at a niche in the industry– Sports. Translation, as an area of ​​study and work, is increasingly present in various areas of both everyday and […]

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Although It May Not Seem like It… That’s a Language!

As project managers, we are used to receiving requests for translations to and from many languages. The most popular include English, Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese, French and German. However, on rare occasions, clients surprise us and request translations into languages that we don’t usually work with, or, in some cases which we have never even heard […]

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A Look at Translating Video Games, Comics and Movies

As mentioned in previous posts, comics, video games, gaming consoles and mobile games and apps have long since evolved from being for kids and teens only. More and more adults are joining in and devoting much of their time to these activities. The wide reach and widespread growth of these products is made even more obvious […]

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