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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 


Language Production and Processing in the Human Brain

December 12, 2019

Philologists have long debated "how long ago" humans started talking to each other. Since words left no traces in the archaeological records of time, there is a shortage of direct evidence but... Read More 


The East Slavic Languages of Ukraine

December 11, 2019

Unfortunately, Ukraine has been in the news a lot lately and for all the wrong reasons. Nonetheless, as our Congress tries to decipher all that was going on politically between the two nations,... Read More 


Will Demand for Translation Service Providers Continue to Grow?

November 7, 2019

If you are old enough to remember mainframe computing, you might remember the IBM  battle cry, "We'll be a paperless society by the end of the 1970s." Half a century later, we still use a lot... Read More 


Can Learning a New Language Slow the Onset of Dementia?

November 6, 2019

You may have heard or read that learning a foreign language can prevent dementia, or at least slow the progression of the disease. In order to explore this idea further, let us look at what we... Read More 


Should You Rent or Buy Event Broadcasting Equipment?

October 28, 2019

Whether you are hosting a large multilingual corporate conference or accompanying a foreign church group during their stay in town, translation excellence comes from having the right equipment and... Read More 


How Many Languages Are Spoken in the United States?

October 28, 2019

Since the earliest immigrants set sail from the old world in search of a new place to call home, America has been one of the world's biggest melting pots for language and culture and most are... Read More 


 
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