Recap of Posts This Week

Published 7th January 2012
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This week’s posts have covered a wide range of topics and we hope that you have enjoyed them! Just to remind you, here is a quick round-up of the last week’s articles:

  • TUESDAY

    Translating your business’ website into Chinese? Here are a few things to remember…

    This post details the potential pitfalls of website translation into Chinese, but the importance of respecting cultural differences can easily be applied to any translation.

  • WEDNESDAY

    Translation at the Olympics

    Elfie discusses how the language industry will have a profound effect on the London Olympics later this year.

  • THURSDAY

    Frequently Asked Questions about our Translation Services

    Lauren provides some great answers to a number of the most common questions people have about our industry.

  • FRIDAY

    Latin Terms in Legal Documents

    Michela goes through a few of the most common examples of Latin being used in English legal documents. Have a great weekend!

disney-institute-lingua-translations 178 × 75
amazon-lingua-translations 120 × 28
procter-gamble - Lingua Translations 114 × 92
london-partners-lingua-translations 154 × 101
Swansea City | Lingua Translations 154 x 146
Man City | Lingua Translations 154 × 154
FC_Barcelona_(crest) 154 × 156
Star_Wars_Logo.svg_-1 1280 × 773
FiFA | lingua Translations 154 × 86
The-Score 232x120
M & S 271 × 186
Walmart-Lingua Translations 232 × 65
Welsh Government & Lingua Translations 400 × 400
Costco & Lingua Translations 232 × 155

 

TUI-Group Testimonial 205 × 46 EN

Ian Chapman – Director of Holiday Experience –

“Lingua Translations provides instant multi-lingual options for TUI’s 24/7 Holidayline, so 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year TUI’s customers are connected to an interpreter instantaneously. This service is designed to help holidaymakers who find themselves in difficulty and require non-English language assistance.

The service offered by Lingua Translations provides us with instant translation for every destination we travel to, and has proved invaluable.”

Do you know how many different languages Ed Sheeran has sung in?

It’s no secret that Ed Sheeran wrote his latest album while traveling the world and soaking up different cultures and styles of music. But he went further than that. He also isn’t afraid to delve into the world of languages either. What’s most impressive is his commitment to getting the foreign lyrics and their pronunciation …

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International French Fries Day

Today is one of the best day of the year: the international French Fries Day. But let’s find out something about most people’s favourite guilty pleasure. Apparently, French fries are not French at all. Their origin can be tracked back to Belgium, where potatoes were allegedly being fried in the late-1600s. The legend says that …

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