01Sep
By: Autumn On: September 1, 2016 In: Interpreting, Languages Comments: 0

Experts estimate there are 300 different sign languages in use around the world. What's more, most of them are sufficiently different from one another to create a language barrier.

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01Sep
By: Ronen On: September 1, 2016 In: Languages, Localization Comments: 0

When it comes to localization, the term “English language” is a bit misleading. As you are no doubt aware, there isn’t really a single universal English language and when marketing to an English-speaking country, you want to be sure you're using the correct variant.

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01Sep
By: Ronen On: September 1, 2016 In: Interpreting, Languages, Translation Comments: 0

With so many spoken languages, communication isn't always easy for those living in India, let alone those of us on the outside. Whether you want to expand your business into the Indian market or simply make contact with someone in India, professional language services can help you overcome the...

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26Aug
By: Dan On: August 26, 2016 In: Languages, Translation Comments: 0

From monetary amounts and quotations to questions and exclamations, when it comes to punctuation in other languages, every mark used varies.

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22Aug
By: Doug On: August 22, 2016 In: Interpreting, Languages Comments: 0

With millions of Spanish speakers around the world, determining the proper Spanish dialect for interpreting services can be a proposition muy difícil.

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18Aug
By: Alison On: August 18, 2016 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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18Aug
By: Alison On: August 18, 2016 In: Languages, Translation Comments: 0

These two writing systems are related but not interchangeable, so you need to make sure the proper one is utilized. By doing so, you can receive the best translation possible from a translator well-versed in the appropriate type of Chinese script.

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17Aug
By: Alison On: August 17, 2016 In: Languages Comments: 0

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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