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A Unique Language

Language carries with it information about who we are, how we express ourselves, our culture, and how we define the world around us. While taking a closer look into the languages spoken in the beautiful country of New Zealand, a place with so much to offer in every aspect, it’s significant to point out that […]

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Día E Is Near

Since 2009, on the Saturday closest to the summer solstice, the Cervantes Institute celebrates Día E (S Day): “the holiday of all Spanish speakers,” as advertised by the Center itself. In 2013, the Día E will be held on June 22, with a schedule of special activities to be held in centers around the world. […]

Fast, accurate and reliable!

These are three fundamental adjectives that perfectly describe the essence of the type of service provided by Trusted Translations. We concentrate on offering a wide variety of localization services to our clientele worldwide. Such services include transcription, translation of various types of documentation pertaining to every sector, websites, software, as well as media including video, […]

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Language for thought

As we all know the great and most well recognized leveller in connecting people from across the globe has been the Internet. The Web has enabled businesses to go global by connecting with customer groups in various countries. Today, services such as translation (written translation) and interpretation (verbal translation) are provided here at Trusted Translations […]

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Spanish Is the Second Most Widely Used Language on Twitter

The Spanish Chancellor, José Manuel García-Margallo, and the director of the Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute, Madrid), Victor García de la Concha presented the 2012 report “Spanish in the World” on Monday January 14th, 2013. The report contains updated information on the Spanish language. They have been publishing the report since 1998, and in this edition, […]

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Providing good Customer Service is our Goal

As an Account Manager working in a Translation Agency, our most important objective besides selling translation projects is providing high Customer Service. Why? This is the nature of our job. This is what we do. The Service Industry has been suffering over the last 15 years, as many positions have been down-sized in order to […]

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The Linguistic Challenge in U.S. Elections

In the United States, election campaigns are driven both by substance and form, especially in relation to the languages used in the dissemination of political ads. With a Hispanic community whose importance is on the rise, the communicational wager is no longer just political but also linguistic: Today Latinos make up more than 20 million […]

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