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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 


Is Louisiana French a Cajun or Creole Dialect?

September 30, 2019

Generally speaking, language experts prefer the label Louisiana French, as it is more inclusive of the complex dialects and varieties of Acadian French spoken in the area. The Acadian people of... Read More 


Polyglot World Conference Attendees Head to Fukuoka Japan

September 19, 2019

Multiple language speakers from around the world will meet in Fukuoka, Japan, on October 18-20 to discuss language-learning techniques as well as explore how polyglots can best apply their unique... Read More 


Why Do So Many Performers Sing in American English?

August 8, 2019

Do you remember the first time that you ever recorded your voice? There's a good chance that it sounded very strange when you listened to the tape. Fact is we cannot hear our own accents, or even... Read More 


Isolates Lose Their Linguistic Relationship to Other Languages

August 7, 2019

Language isolates are languages found around the world that have no known historical link to any other language. In the absolute sense, a language isolate is a natural language that has not been... Read More 


Cross Cultural Marketing Must Match Familial Needs

July 22, 2019

The influence of cultural factors on the marketing, sales and distribution of new products affect a company's analysis, strategies and decisions on how best to enter a new segment of the global... Read More 


Is the Same Language Spoken in North and South Korea?

July 1, 2019

Yes, people living in both North and South Korea speak Korean (also called Hangul). Nonetheless, the differences in dialects have continued to grow as the states have been separated for quite some... Read More 


 
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