Though English is one of the top spoken languages in the world, not having the ability to translate other languages “can be one of the biggest mistakes a business – especially those in the financial services sector – can make,” says World Finance. It’s a Big World Out There Translation is often the last thing … Continue reading "Finding the Right Translation for a Corporate Culture"
These days, content is everywhere. Any company that plans on establishing a real presence in the world needs content on their website and on social media channels. Content Is King Content can be as simple as a daily Tweet, Instagram photo, or Facebook posting. Website content can include blogs, articles, and even eBooks that can … Continue reading "Content Is King, But How Does It Translate?"
Every September, the world recognizes International Translation Day. This might leave many people to wonder: Why translation is so important that it deserves its own day of celebration? Globalization Is On The Rise If you were born in a country where English is the primary language spoken, you might not think about language translation very … Continue reading "What You Never Knew About the Importance of Translation"
Even people who only speak one language can often say hello in another. Whether it’s Bonjour in French, or Hola in Spanish, hello can be translated in just about any language spoken across the world. There are many words, however, that simply have no translation. The list is long and to put them all in … Continue reading "Top 5 Expressive Words That Have No Translation"
Recently, many of the hardest-working athletes in the world came together to participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Though most people know the countries that commonly attend, such as the United States, France, Germany, Sweden, and Norway, there were a total of 92 nations (plus the Olympic Athletes from Russia) that competed in the games. … Continue reading "How Translators Become Team Players"
Though the 2018 Winter Olympic Games are giving both the North and South Korean people an opportunity to communicate on a neutral field, one wonders just how much they still understand of each other’s language. 70 Years of Separation Up to about 70 years ago, the entire peninsula of Korea spoke the same language. The … Continue reading "Korean: North Vs. South Differences Since The Split"