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Are We Just a Product of the Languages We Speak?

Each language has a particular grammatical structure and different ways of expressing ideas, which is something that anyone who has studied another language has experienced and which translators are particularly aware of. These unique linguistic nuances often emphasize different parts of speech, which require speakers to consider different causes, possibilities and ideas. But is it […]

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How Do Translation and Interpretation Differ?

There is a common misunderstanding about those who work in the field of translation and interpretation. Sometimes these professionals are referred to using the umbrella term ‘translators’, and are believed to be linguists capable of providing all kinds of linguistic services simply because they possess a very advanced knowledge of a foreign language. This assumption […]

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Can Artificial Languages Be Established?

Artificial languages​, that is, languages ​​constructed by humans based on the study of “natural” languages, ​​have been created throughout history for multiple (and, indeed, very interesting) reasons, although they have not always achieved their purpose. In many cases, the purpose of these languages ​​has been to unite the world. In 1879, a German priest named […]

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