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When Did Sign Language Begin?

July 20, 2020

Although no one has a specific answer to this question, gesturing seems to be an instinctive form of human communications from birth. So much so, it easy to assume that humankind adopted crude... Read More 


The New Normal: Video Remote Simultaneous Interpretation

June 12, 2020

The need for accurate interpretation of what was being said dates back to the ancient world. Although merchants of the Mediterranean used a local lingua franca to communicate, the ancient... Read More 


How to Host a Post Pandemic Multilingual Event

June 11, 2020

If you are responsible for hosting business meetings and corporate events in a post COVID-19 world, things may look a lot different. In fact, it may well be that the corporate event industry has... Read More 


Is Latin Officially a Dead Language?

May 12, 2020

The official status of Latin continues to be a point of discussion and argument for many linguists throughout the world. There are those who believe it is one of the most important languages ever... Read More 


Will the Coronavirus Kill the Centuries-Old Handshake?

April 13, 2020

Whether or not lockdown restrictions will end on the date set by White House officials is yet to be determined. However, as business returns to some degree of normalcy, it is unlikely that one of... Read More 


ProLingo Releases Simultaneous Interpretation App for Smartphones

April 6, 2020

Effective interpretation at your conference, seminar or meeting depends upon the accurate delivery of correctly interpreted information that is shared with your target audience. ProLingo’s... Read More 


Unpresidential Ways of Delivering the Spoken Word

February 10, 2020

Whether Donald J. Trump is re-elected in 2020 or not, he will long be remembered for his "unpresidential" delivery of controversial ideologies. Some linguists have harshly criticized the... Read More 


Comparative Diversity: Where Do Names Come From?

February 6, 2020

The history of names is ancient. In fact, no one really knows the origin of most given names. However, evidence from archaeological studies suggests that the earliest names likely had an original... Read More 


Can You Trust Machine Translation for Business Documents?

January 7, 2020

Effective business translation for documents, contracts, notices, etc. need be contextually accurate, if not perfect. This includes localization for dialectal differences in meaning and scope.... Read More 


Arabic Languages of the Middle East

January 7, 2020

For thousands of years, Arabic has made numerous cultural and linguistic contributions to millions of people living in many parts of the Middle East. The term "Arab" is not used to define a race... Read More 


 
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