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How Translation is Helping Languages from Going Extinct

There are over 7,000 thousand languages in the world today and more than 3,000 of those languages are in danger of becoming extinct. Most disappear when the last known native speaker dies. One example is Hazel Sampson, the last native speaker of the Klallam Native American tribe, who passed away this year at the age […]

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A New Dialect Emerges in Miami

Every country has different accents for different regions within their country. In the U.S. there are many identifiable accents like the New York accent (Noo-Yawk). It has distinct features, for example the dropping of the R. Another example is the southern accent. It stretches across the southern states and is distinctive for its draw. The […]

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Linking Global Business through Interpretation into English

Language plays a role in many different sectors. Whether it be business, politics, academia, etc., one important way of building relationships is by means of the organization of international conferences. Especially in business development, direct contact provides global conference participants an important element for networking. In a non-English speaking country, when hundreds of people touch […]

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