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Translation, transcription and interpretation to engage your multilingual markets and expand your global reach.
Translation, transcription and interpretation to engage your multilingual markets and expand your global reach.

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More than 40 percent of the world's 6,000 spoken languages that are endangered, according to UNESCO. Most of the endangered languages have less than 10,000 speakers remaining. 

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People who are bilingual think about time differently depending on the language context in which they are estimating the duration of events.

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Monolingual ghettos are bad for science...The solution is not to replace English, but to encourage multilingualism wherever practical, and require it when needed. This can be an advantage for non-native English-speakers. Studies have shown that writing and thinking in a second language can encourage a deliberate mode of thinking. Working in your native language encourages the fluid kind. A bilingual person can have the best of both.

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What a great year - and excited for an even better 2017!
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If you move countries and forget your birth language, you retain this hidden ability, according to a study.
Dutch-speaking adults adopted from South Korea exceeded expectations at Korean pronunciation when retrained after losing their birth language. 

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But what Cadena is most worried about is the immigrants who will suffer ― or already are suffering ― when experienced immigration court interpreters are replaced with new hires who are willing to accept lower pay.

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But how were translators able to bridge the gap between the English editions and their target readers? How do you translate Quidditch into Dutch? 

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One century ago, the University of Wisconsin became the first institution of higher education in the Americas — and perhaps the world — to teach Yiddish, the language of the eastern European Jews. 
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