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The Gender-Sensitive Evolution of Languages


One of the characteristics that makes the English language such an easy-to-learn and accessible language is – from a grammatical perspective – its neutrality when using masculine and feminine nouns, and more importantly, articles. Latin languages (such as Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese) are gender-sensitive languages, where the differentiation between masculine and feminine is evident. […]

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S.O.S.! Translators Needed in the U.S. Presidential Campaign!


In a presidential campaign that has been so unusual by so many standards, it’s no surprise that the role of foreigners within it has brought with it some reproval, linguistically speaking. And before the dust settles from the scandal of the “alleged” plagiarism by the Republican candidate’s wife from the current first lady, when the […]

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The Challenges Posed by Plurilingual Translation Projects


Translating is a challenge in itself, as expressing the same meaning or conveying the same emotion in two different languages can be a very intricate task. However, this task becomes even more challenging when a text must be translated into several different languages. For project managers, plurilingual projects pose a more complex challenge than bilingual […]

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The Importance of Quality Evaluations


Translation quality is one of our top priorities here at Trusted Translations. In order to maintain our high standards, in addition to the various steps in the translation process (translation, editing and proofreading) we also conduct frequent random quality evaluations. What does a quality evaluation involve? It’s where a linguist revises a segment of a translation […]

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