Blog in Other Languages
The Multilingual Superpower
The reality for me is that knowing two languages has opened up new worlds for me in terms of human interaction, cultural awareness, vast business opportunities, and just an expanded way of thinking.
Don’t Ban Me, Gringo
We have become aware of two recent incidents involving Spanish speakers in the U.S. The first event happened in New York; a lawyer became infuriated
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
The Cost of a Language
When quoting a text for a translation there are many variables to consider, for example the number of words, the subject of the text, preparation
Is Your Language All-Inclusive?
Is it fair to say that a language is non-inclusive or sexist? Most languages (mainly those derived from Latin and Greek) have a somewhat special
Language in Sports: Interpreting in Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball has not always been multinationally diverse. For much of its early history, the top-level North American professional baseball league was marred by
Preserving a Language: A Doomed Deed?
In biology, there is a well-known movement towards preventing the disappearance of animal species that inhabit planet Earth. In the science of language, there seems
What’s so Funny?
We all have the need to communicate. It is an intrinsic part of our human condition. Whenever we want to relate to someone else, or
What are the Languages of the Future?
While predictions vary, depending on geographical location and the field in which one seeks to develop, here are some ways to address this issue.
An Academy of the English Language…Not
Is the English language perfect as it is? As it continuously evolves (and sometimes regresses) and transforms, should there be a body in charge of
The US of A: A Multilingual Nation
There have been recent studies showing that the Spanish language has become the most important and most spoken language in the United States aside from