Blog in Other Languages
Confusing Mistranslations in the Restaurant World
Tours, museums, restaurants, and historical locations are among the many things one will take part in or see when visiting a different country. What oftentimes
Languages and Their Power to Stave off Alzheimer’s
It is a well-known fact that bilingualism can be a big help in certain areas throughout one’s life, but it would seem that it saves
Derby or Clásico?
As a Spanish-speaking translator, one straddling the ancestral variant of the language and its rioplatense lineage, I am often fascinated by the marked differences that
Learning New Languages
There can be many reasons to learn a new language. Sometimes we learn them because it’s part of our school curriculum, or for work. Sometimes
Anne Dacier’s Translation Legacy
In almost every discipline there are certain individuals who achieve fame and become memorable; they are admired by their peers in the field. These personalities
How does a Phone Interpretation Service work?
Language barriers can ruin many business opportunities. It can be very frustrating for a company to try and break into a new market without having
A menu in Spanish
Continuing with the “Olympic spirit”, I read recently that before the 2006 Olympic Games in Peking, the city carried out a translation and a “standardization”
What are the duties of a translation Account Manager?
Being an Account Manager is not the same as a Sales Manager, as there are a few additional duties that need to be taken into
Renaming Files for Website Translations
Consider the following scenario, which has come up a few times in our company: we need to translate a web site that has got lots
The most spoken languages
Communication with others is essential for people to live together, whether in our own country with the people that surround us, or in another country
A universal language
After several attempts to make it a universal language, this year Esperanto celebrates its 125th anniversary. Created in 1887 by Lázaro Zamenhof, Esperanto is used