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Helianthus vs. Sunflower – Are botanical translations a real challenge?

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I’ve always been intrigued by the real and complex names of flowers. Who knew that a sunflower is actually called helianthus or that Lanicera caprifolium means honeysuckle? I bet the majority of you don’t and that’s why when it comes to literary translations it’s really important that linguists are familiarized with these terms and also […]

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Sports as an Area of Expertise for Translators

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As students of translation and even as professionals in the field, we often wonder what our next business step will be. Therefore, in this article we will take a look at a niche in the industry– Sports. Translation, as an area of ​​study and work, is increasingly present in various areas of both everyday and […]

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Happy International Translation Day!

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Translation is truly an art. When done well, it brings text to life in another language and nothing is “lost in translation”. So, in honor of International Translation Day, we decided to share a few interesting facts about the world of translation: There are more than 7,000,000 people in the world who speak close to […]

Translation for e-learning

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Imagine a large organization with locations around the world.  Their corporate culture must transcend into each country.  And much of their success would stem from consistent employee training. One way companies accomplish this feat is through e-learning tools. At a glance, you might think the direct translation of the e-learning modules is the only item […]

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