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On Linguistic Landscape

In a previous post we dealt with the issue of multilingualism and the consequences it has in people’s lives. That article made reference to the oral aspect of the coexistence of several languages in a single place, but it did not delve into what happens with signs in public spaces. This phenomenon is known as […]

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How On-Site Translations Can Help Your Business

Businesses are always looking to expand their markets once they reach a certain level of success, and a great way to expand is to reach out to foreign markets as well as local non-English speaking markets. This of course creates situations where businesses are in need of help when it comes to crossing the language […]

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Swiss Linguistic Geography

Switzerland lies at the crossroads of several major European cultures that have heavily influenced the country’s language and culture. It’s the only European country other than Austria to have four official languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. This diversification of languages concentrated in this one country has drawn much attention to the use of translation […]

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