The story behind Haitian Creole


What is Haitian Creole? Before we answer this question, we should clarify what Creole actually is. The term comes from a Portuguese word that means “raised in the home,” and referred to Europeans that were raised in overseas colonies. Later on, it came to describe the languages that arose in the plantations that were worked […]

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What Are the Easiest Languages for English Speakers to Learn?


It is estimated that in United States, around just 18% of the population can speak a second language. Compared to the estimated 54% percent of Europeans who are proficient in a second language (and often more than one), this seems quite low. However, as the world continues to globalize and global communications become more interconnected, there is […]

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Immigration and the Stigma of Bilingualism


Contrary to what one may think, being bilingual is not a privilege reserved for the few. What’s more, according to official data, there are more bilingual than monolingual persons in the world. Among the causes of bilingualism, we can identify being a part of or having once been a part of a migratory process, whether […]

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How Should Communication Be Facilitated in the Translation Industry?


Good communication is vital to the success of any company in any industry, especially in today’s globalized world. Additionally, it is the role of the company to establish certain guidelines and ways through which employees may communicate with their co-workers and which are in line with the company’s goals and needs. However, translation companies differ […]

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