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Tetum: Not Malay or Indonesian

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Tetum is a language of the Austronesian family and, along with Portuguese, is spoken in East Timor. And, while it is strongly influenced by Malay and Indonesian, it is, indeed, a different language. Some history to understand why Portuguese and Tetum are spoken in this area Back in the 15th century, language spoken in Central […]

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Linking Global Business through Interpretation into English

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Language plays a role in many different sectors. Whether it be business, politics, academia, etc., one important way of building relationships is by means of the organization of international conferences. Especially in business development, direct contact provides global conference participants an important element for networking. In a non-English speaking country, when hundreds of people touch […]

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Certification: Where is the added value for legal translations?

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When moving from country to country or when dealing with foreign governments over personal matters it is always very important to understand documentation needs and how best to work with each government as the circumstances dictate. Whether you are looking to translate a Birth Certificate, an Adoption Decree, a Death Certificate, a Trust, a Will, […]

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How On-Site Translations Can Help Your Business

Businesses are always looking to expand their markets once they reach a certain level of success, and a great way to expand is to reach out to foreign markets as well as local non-English speaking markets. This of course creates situations where businesses are in need of help when it comes to crossing the language […]

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How to Quote Dubbing

In the translation world, dubbing can be considered a third degree cousin of translations. However, in spite of their similarities, dubbing is quoted in an entirely different manner. The following are a few factors to keep in mind when quoting Dubbing: 1. Dialect: Even more so than in a translation, having knowledge of the dialect […]

The Potential of Subtitles for Language Learning

The acquisition of foreign languages is one of the most studied topics in the field of linguistics. Today, due to the penetration of information technology as well as to prolonged exposure to diverse audiovisual content, we find ourselves faced with new ways of learning that, despite being absolutely incidental, are worth analyzing. In order to […]

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