Many people speak more than one language. In The United States, the number of children who speak a language other than English continues to rise. According to The Annie E. Casey Foundation, “In 2016, 22% of children in the United States—slightly more than 12 million kids total—spoke a language other than English at home. This … Continue reading "The “Foreign” Words That You Speak Each Day"
The FIFA World Cup is held every four years in a different country, and this year it will be held in Russia. The kick-off day is June 14, with matches that run through June and July until the final playoff game on July 15. The matches will be held in 11 different Russian cities: St. … Continue reading "Fun & Interesting Facts About The 2018 FIFA World Cup"
The world is getting more connected by the second. As more businesses branch out to parts unknown, everyone has the opportunity to buy or sell with more companies than they never thought possible. Technology has grown by leaps and bounds in the past 20 years, and this has been the key to globalizing industry everywhere. … Continue reading "5 Areas Where Transcription Can Help Your Business"
Translators are much like language masters. They take meaningless words and make them meaningful to different audiences. Translators can make business contracts written in German understandable to those whose native language is Dutch; websites designed in English legible in Spanish; and pharmaceuticals involving clinical trials in France understandable to those in Sweden. Skills You Need … Continue reading "When Businesses Look For Professional Translators, Will They Find You?"
In an age when translation is so important, you’ll find instant translation apps and programs that can help you no matter what ends of the earth you travel to. While these travel apps can be great in a pinch for asking innocuous questions, there’s is no way that they’re going to help you close a … Continue reading "The Human Touch Makes Up For What AI Translation Lacks"
Translation takes a written word from its original language and rewrites it in a different language while making sure it conveys the same meaning. Think it sounds simple? Sometimes it is, but sometimes it is not. There are plenty of words that describe multiple feelings and situations all at once, and these do not transfer … Continue reading "How One Small Word Can Have One Big Meaning"