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The Translation of Financial Texts

We have mentioned before that it is highly important to work professionally and strictly on translating and revising texts, not only to offer a product that contains the highest quality and is 100% equivalent to the original text, but also to avoid potential problems related to an error-ridden translation, which can, especially when dealing with […]

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The Molto Project

The European Union, aware of the importance of communication between the member countries and their citizens, has decided to finance a project known as Molto, to the tune of 2.3 million euros, that will develop a tool offering translations of a high quality for a large number of language pairs on the Internet. The University […]

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Time for Tricky Tongue Twisters

Tongue twisters, those mystifying turns of phrase with repeated phonemes, alliteration or rhyme which present difficulty in pronunciation, are a universal phenomenon. They are a part of our experience growing up as English speakers and they exist in similar forms for children in other parts of the world. Who doesn’t want to show off and […]

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Potawatomi: Endangered Language

At the moment, approximately 3,500 languages are on the verge of extinction. “National Geographic” warned that most of these languages are from Central and South America. One of the main reasons that a language becomes extinct is that they lack written documentation, as they are only spoken languages, and they die off as the last […]

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Interpreters on the Sidelines at the World Cup

The World Cup is still the center of attention for so many of us around the world, capturing our attention on a daily basis. Some teams have had to suffer the unpleasant early trip home already while others have remained to fight it out and earn the right to hoist the coveted Jules Rimet trophy […]

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The Meanings of a Good Word

This is the ultimate football (soccer) season. Nearly everyone is talking about their team, cheering on the players and going wild with each shot, regardless of which team takes it. In certain countries where the sport is most popular, families and friends, or even strangers in a bar, gather together to share their “passion for […]

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