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Norwegian Translations

Norwegian language is a Germanic language, an Indo-European language, spoken by around 5 million people as a native language, and by another approximately five hundred thousand foreign citizens around the globe as a foreign language. As a Germanic language, its grammar and vocabulary are close to the other languages in this group: Danish, Faroese, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, and Swedish. When it comes to Norwegian translations, you have to take into account that it is preferable for the translations to be carried out by Norwegian natives, even if there are thousands of people who speak it as a second language. This ...
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Danish Translations

Danish language is a Germanic language, an Indo-European language, spoken by around 6 million people as a native language, and by another approximately five hundred thousand foreign citizens around the globe as a foreign language. As a Germanic language, its grammar and vocabulary are close to the other languages in this group: Dutch, Faroese, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, and Swedish. When it comes to Danish translations, you have to take into account that it is preferable for the translations to be carried out by Danish natives, even if there are thousands of people who speak it as a second language. This ...
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US Elections 2016: An Impact on the Translation Industry?

On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, the US citizens have elected the president for the next few years. Despite the polls results that indicated Hillary Clinton as winner, Mr. Donald Trump has been elected by the US citizens as president. Following Mr. Trump's speeches, many markets and industries around the globe have panicked. We can't know if there's a reason for this fact, but the translation industry should not be among these markets. Regardless the political results and actions, the translation industry has nothing to do with political results. The translation industry simply refers to language, translation process and quality. Does ...
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Dutch Translations

Dutch language is a Germanic language, an Indo-European language, spoken by around 25 million people as a native language, and by another approximately 5 million foreign citizens around the globe as a foreign language. As a Germanic language, its grammar and vocabulary are very close to the other languages in this group: Danish, Faroese, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, and Swedish. When it comes to Dutch translations, you have to take into account that it is preferable for the translations to be carried out by Dutch natives, even if there are millions of people who speak it as a second language. This ...
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Portuguese Translations

Portuguese language is a Romance language spoken by around 250 million people as a native language and by approximately 10 million foreign citizens around the globe as a foreign language. As a Romance language, its grammar and vocabulary are very close to the other languages in this group: French, Italian, Romanian, and Spanish. When it comes to Portuguese translations, you have to take into account that it is preferable for the translations to be carried out by Portuguese natives, even if there are millions of people who speak it as a second language. This fact is not a disadvantage, as ...
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Italian Translations

Italian language is a Romance language spoken by around 65 million people as a native language and by approximately 20 million foreign citizens around the globe as a foreign language. As a Romance language, its grammar and vocabulary are very close to the other languages in this group: French, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. When it comes to Italian translations, you have to take into account that it is preferable for the translations to be carried out by Italian natives, even if there are millions of people who speak it as a second language. This fact is not a disadvantage, as ...
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