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One Language to Rule Them All

The English language has become a universal language not because it has the largest number of native speakers (Chinese and Spanish have more), but because it has the highest number of non-native speakers. China, for example, has the largest population of English-as-second-language speakers in the world. In Korea, parents even have their children undergo a […]

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The Economy of Language – A Guide for New Writers

What’s Going On? News headlines from the past decade show a worrying outlook for professional copy editors and writers. As this article from The Washington Post illustrates, copy editing jobs have fallen by the wayside, and there is little media companies are doing to fill the gap. But as the appreciation for writing professionals falls, […]

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A Presidential Challenge

Translating and interpreting for the President of the United States has always been a challenging undertaking. The current administration is no exception. First of all, there is the problem of translating campaign slogans. “Make America Great Again” may be a simple English sentence but translating it to Spanish for example, is more difficult than it […]

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