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Google Pixel Buds vs. Professional Interpreter

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Dec 2017

Google Pixel Buds vs. Professional Interpreter

Google Pixel Buds vs. professional interpreters: Which is more accurate? In the recent months, there has been a lot of excitement in the media for Google’s new language device – Google Buds. The real-time translation tool would be a holy grail for frequent travellers and perhaps even the international business sector, nevertheless, alike any machine […]

How long should it take for an English speaker to learn different languages?

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Nov 2017

How long should it take for an English speaker to learn different languages?

The FSI (Foreign Service Institute) which is U.S government’s main provider of foreign affairs training, including language courses, prepared an interesting map which describes the ‘Language difficulty rankings’.  The research highlights how long it should take for a native English speaker to learn a language and what level of difficulty each language presents to them. […]

How Language Evolution Affected Translations

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Sep 2017

How Language Evolution Affected Translations

The Evolution of Language Translations Language translation can be extremely methodical and accurate in the modern age. In fact, with time, even machines are getting better at auto-translation. In the past however, communication between people speaking different languages was fraught with difficulty. Some things have not changed. For example, early European explorers travelling to far-flung lands […]

Why You Need a Specialist Translator for Medical Documents

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Apr 2016

Why You Need a Specialist Translator for Medical Documents

  With over 244 million international migrants living around the world today, there is a growing need for certified translation services and medical records to be translated. It is important that health care professionals communicate effectively in order to treat patients. Medical workers that speak a different language to their patients are at risk of […]

6 things that get on a translator’s nerves

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Nov 2015

6 things that get on a translator’s nerves

We, translators, like to consider ourselves an easy going bunch. Each of us coming from a different background, country and experiences found that translating is perhaps the only job we see ourselves doing and actually enjoying. Although majority of us feels like giving up at least once a day, are sleep deprived and pretty much […]

The evolution of translator’s desk

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Sep 2015

The evolution of translator’s desk

As translators, each and every one of us loves the fact that we are able to work from the comfort of our own home, pretty much everyday. We all have that special corner where the ‘magic’ happens. Although we don’t think about it much, can you imagine (remember) what the life of a translator looked […]

6 things you should know before dating a translator

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May 2015

6 things you should know before dating a translator

We judge             Going out on a romantic date to an Italian restaurant? Prepare yourself. As someone who provides professional translation services, we will go through the menu at least a couple of times, making you think we’re looking for something delicious to eat, but in fact – the truth […]

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Mar 2015

Languages of the future & their destinations

Does establishing the languages of the future implies simply listing the world’s most spoken languages? The answer would be yes and no. Having a first-hand experience working for a translation agency in London, I would say yes, for the reason that a language which is widely spoken suggests that it is valuable in many aspects such […]

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