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A Look at Translating Video Games, Comics and Movies

As mentioned in previous posts, comics, video games, gaming consoles and mobile games and apps have long since evolved from being for kids and teens only. More and more adults are joining in and devoting much of their time to these activities. The wide reach and widespread growth of these products is made even more obvious […]

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Spanish Regionalisms and Idioms in Literary Translations

When reading a novel translated into Spanish, most readers hope it will have a “neutral” form of Spanish; that is, one without regional characteristics specific to any particular Spanish-speaking country. Of course, such an undertaking is practically impossible, as there are many words in Spanish that do not have a “universal” equivalent. This is the […]

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How to Speak/Write English the Canadian Way

Canada is the second largest country in the world. So depending on which part of Canada you’re visiting, you may encounter different accents, slang, and vocabulary. Furthermore, there are 2 official languages, English and French, but for this post I would like to focus on Canadian English. Canadian English is an interesting blend of British […]

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