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Noah Webster, the Spelling Reformer

Here at Trusted Translations we receive translation requests for English US as well as English UK. Although these two “flavors/flavours” aren’t as different as say the Canadian variant of French to Europe’s, there are a few things we must take into account particularly when it comes to spelling. It is known that some words are […]

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The so-called “Establishment”

Recently in newspapers I’ve come across a specific term which is being used a lot, mostly because of the politically-centered times we are living in. Yet whilst doing some research I found that the term is used mostly in the UK where it refers to leading politicians, judges, senior Clergy of the Church of England […]

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Q&A- All you Need to Know about the English language

I recently discovered the Oxford Dictionary blog which features interesting posts such as “London Underground: the origins of some unusual names”. It also features a Q&A section to some really interesting questions about the English language which I think are worth mentioning. Starting off with a surprisingly complex question: 1) Any idea on how many […]

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Words Used Worldwide

There are 196 countries in the world and English is the official language in 60 of these. Even in countries where this language is not official, many English words are borrowed and used on a daily basis. Furthermore, many even appear on foreign language dictionaries. For example, if you’re looking to start business in other […]

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Interpretation Programs in Hospitals

Nowadays, it is very common to hear about interpretation services offered within hospital environments or in situations that have to do with health or medical consultations. This is due to the fact that, often times, people from country “X” who go to a hospital are foreigners who do not have sufficient knowledge of the language […]

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What Should We Keep in Mind When Interpreting?

When we must complete an interpretation job, it is essential, first and foremost, that we consult with the client or the person/company hiring our interpretation services so that they can provide us with as much information as possible about the issues to be addressed during the conference. If possible, it is important to have all […]

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