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Uruguayan Spanish

We mentioned in other publications that, normally, the Spanish spoken in Argentina is called “rioplatense”, an adjective that takes it name from the areas adjacent

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Chilean Spanish

Chilean Spanish, the Chilean dialect or Chilean castellano has three major influences: the indigenous languages (the Mapuche language and the Quechua of the south), “rioplatense”

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Argentine Spanish

The type of Spanish spoken in Argentina is a very different to that spoken in Spain and has various peculiarities. In particular, it is a

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Bolivian Spanish

With 1.098.581 km2 a little over 10 million people, Bolivia has no fewer than 37 official languages! The Plurinational State of Bolivia (its official name)

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Argentine Language Academy

It was founded in 1931. Given that at first it did not have the characteristics of a “Language Academy”, it was just “associated” to the

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Mexican Language Academy

The Mexican Language Academy was founded in 1875. One of its honorary members, the writer Octavo Paz, has obtained, among other awards, the Cervantes Prize

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MultilingualWeb Workshops

MultilingualWeb is a project funded by the European Commission and coordinated by W3 in order to improve the way we create, localize and internationalize information

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How to Write “Simply”

When a client requests a translation from an agency, they usually require that certain guidelines are met, or provide instructions or directions that need to

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And in India…

More than a billion people speak Hindi in the world, as it is one of the official languages of India, one of the most populated

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