30Apr
By: Alison On: April 30, 2019 In: Conferences, Human Resources, Interpreting Comments: 0

If consecutive interpreting is a part of your next meeting, it's important to take certain factors into account in order to help the meeting run smoothly with minimal interruption.

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23Apr
By: Autumn On: April 23, 2019 In: Languages, Translation Comments: 8

Transliteration involves rendering a language from one writing system to another. Though it sounds similar to translation, they are two different processes with very different goals.

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17Apr
By: Alison On: April 17, 2019 In: Languages Comments: 19

The Japanese language relies on not one but three different alphabets -- hiragana, katakana and kanji -- which are differentiated both by their distinct appearances and what they are used for.

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09Apr
By: Alison On: April 9, 2019 In: Interpreting, Languages Comments: 1

Just like spoken languages, sign languages differ significantly from one geographic region to the next, and they are rarely mutually intelligible. Read on to find out more about some of the different types of sign language and how they developed.

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02Apr
By: Ronen On: April 2, 2019 In: Conferences, Interpreting, Technology Comments: 0

Planning a multilingual conference is a lot of work, even without having to worry about the technical aspects of interpreting equipment. Luckily, if you prepare yourself and the facilities for your audio engineer in advance, you'll be free on the day of the event to focus on all the...

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