Translating into Quechua


As part of our daily work as Project Managers we get quotations for projects in extremely diverse languages. The general population may have never even heard of some of these languages. Not long ago, I found myself quoting a project for a client that needed a translation from English into Quechua. This poses various challenges: […]

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Does One’s Upbringing Affect Their Language Skills?


Some articles ago, we spoke of the multi-faceted and multi-talented people known as polyglots, or those who can write and speak, with fluency, more than three languages. Being such an interesting topic, I decided to revisit this subject as we had only hit the tip of the iceberg previously. While some polyglots are just naturally […]

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Difficult Languages


It is easier for a person who speaks a Latin-derived language to learn to speak another language that shares the same Latin roots since they will both use the same alphabet and similar sounds. However, attempting to learn a language that has a completely different set of letters or characters and sounds from your own […]

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