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Why hiring an interpreter is essential when going global

Many companies today operate globally. Some are parts of multinational corporations, some are expanding their business to new markets or using an overseas partner to promote their products, and still others are opening up their first new branch in a foreign country (or continent). It’s not easy, and it requires extensive research and direct communication […]

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Do you Want to be a Multilingual Superstar?

Human beings usually learn to speak at least one language naturally in their first years of life. They learn from their parents, from school, from TV, from the place where they live. Of course, there are people who have the advantage of having parents who speak different languages, thus growing up with two mother languages. […]

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What to Avoid to Achieve a Perfect Translation

As we’ve mentioned in previous posts, the translation process can be puzzling to those who don’t work in the industry. Here we’ll give you some tips that will help improve the quality of the results and ensure a great experience. The information handled by the agency and its clients should be as accurate and explicit […]

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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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How to Discern Between a Translator and an Interpreter

When you translate you interpret, and when you interpret you translate, but translation and interpretation are not the same thing. As professions, translation and interpretation have shared procedures and objectives which we describe and differentiate on our website: human translation and interpretation. Both translators and interpreters have to deal with idiomatic challenges in messages that […]

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10 Key Points to Learn a New Language

Without naming names, how many people do we know that “started a language”? For those who succumbed and gave up halfway through, The Guardian’s website posted an interesting article a few days ago about motivations to learn a new language while not dying in the effort, compiled from language professors and students through their experience. […]

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