Translation in the Modern Context

Translation has always been the way in which non-fluent companies communicate with companies of other languages. Once upon a time, the challenge of effective translation meant that companies which couldn’t afford effective language translators where at a disadvantage when compared with more “fluent” businesses. In the modern context, the need for companies to be multi-lingualRead More »

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The Best Translator

The best translator for you will be one who doesn’t simply translate a document, but one who does so in the most effective way for you. Understanding what exactly to look for in a translation company can be tricky however, and whether you choose us, or ultimately decide to go elsewhere, be sure that youRead More »

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Translation Ideas

Having talked about the many different options that translation services can be used for, being specific is in some ways under-selling the benefits of translation to people as a whole. In fact, anyone can use translation to get themselves a dream job, by having one important thing translated: the CV. Finding the right job canRead More »

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Translation Ideas

There are plenty more people out there who can benefit from professional translation than those in big corporations with big budgets, needing documents sent all over the world. Even those who work from home in a bedroom, lying in bed for most of the day with a laptop at their side can find plenty ofRead More »

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Translation Ideas

There are many reasons why people might need to use a translation company. From simple legal documents or business proposals right through to the scripting of subtitles or voiceovers for major movies, translation is used by a huge variety of people on a very regular basis. In fact, the necessity of having a good translationRead More »

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Languages in Decline

The number of students learning languages at GCSE level has fallen dramatically. The results those children get is also in decline. In some universities certain language departments are being removed completely – in fact over the past few years nearly a third of all university language departments have ceased to exist. In some areas ofRead More »

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