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Languages in the Afterlife

Who hasn’t heard of the famous Spirit of the Glass game? There are many rumors and fantastical or sinister stories around it, but the idea is the same: communicating with people who have passed. The theory is simple, spirits need the energy of at least 3 people that invite them to communicate. The letters of […]

If The UK Leaves The EU, So Will The English Language?

As the upcoming Referendum to decide whether the UK will leave or remain in the EU approaches, more questions regarding the stability of the Union arise. Not only in matters of business, integration, financial services, immigration, and freedom of movement for British citizens, but also whether or not the English language will continue being the “official” language of […]

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Numeric and Alphanumeric Expressions

Some translations pose challenges that go beyond mere words; sometimes we must translate the meaning of numbers or alphanumeric expressions. I am not referring to numerology or systems such as Kabbalah, but rather numeric or alphanumeric expressions that conceal very specific meanings. Let’s look at a few of them: To zero in on The difficulty […]

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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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English and Its Turbulent Origin

English is probably the most widely spoken language in the world. In most cases when someone visits a country where they do not speak the local language, English is often the go-to option for communication. English could be considered the new universal language, the new Latin. It is on television, in the movies, literature, and music, […]

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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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