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About wiredintowords

We are a language service company (translation and interpreting among others). We love teaching, learning and translating languages, and we are passionate about the culture, traditions, cuisine and history of the countries where those languages are spoken. ///// Somos una empresa que ofrece servicios lingüísticos (traducción e interpretación, entre otros). Nos apasionan los idiomas, su enseñanza, aprendizaje y traducción, además de todo lo que les rodea: cultura, tradiciones, gastronomía e historia de los países en los que se hablen.

Sworn translation? Notarised translation? Certified translation?

Dear Wired into Words readers: Summer is soon to begin, that time of the year when the sun warms you up depending on the country you are (that’s not the case in the UK, for sure…) and we start thinking … Continue reading

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The Interpreter: Your Best Company when Internationalising

Regarding our last post, Internationalisation: Taking Action, today we will focus on the spoken side of the language requirements that may come up during this process, that is, interpreting. Thanks to the interpreter’s work, the hard task of internationalising a … Continue reading

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Internationalisation: Taking Action

If you are seriously thinking of making the leap towards internationalisation after reading our previous post Internationalisation: The Future for our Businesses, then you will almost certainly find your head swimming with questions about how to go about it. If this … Continue reading

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Translation Price War

Dear readers: We are aware that this post is published later than usual. The start of the year has been very busy for us: lots of assignments, emails and phone calls to answer, words to be translated… i. e. a … Continue reading

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Let’s Start 2013 Full of Energy!

Dear Wired into Words readers: First, we would like to wish a very Happy New Year to all those who currently follow us, as well as those who will follow us in the future. Thank you very much for your … Continue reading

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SEASON GREETINGS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

Dear Wired into Words readers After this first year as bloggers, and second year working as a company, we reflect about all the experiences we have had related to our company. First, thanks to the great effort made and the … Continue reading

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Internationalisation: The Future for our Businesses

It is becoming increasingly common to hear people talking about the topic of internationalisation, a term which simply means that a company is expanding its operations into overseas markets. This concept is by no means a new concept because at … Continue reading

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Public Service Interpreting: The Spanish Case

Once upon a time I was on a trip to China, enjoying my holidays and the wonderful landscape the Great Wall was offering me, when… I twisted my ankle! “No worries, I can use my Boy Scout first aid knowledge … Continue reading

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Garçon!

Today we will talk about a very recurrent topic during the years, both among translation professionals -always spotting spelling mistakes or mistranslations- and those who simply speak other languages and pay attention to details: the translation of restaurant menus. I … Continue reading

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English: The language that reigns supreme in specialist journals and magazines

As we mentioned in our previous post, the English language is now the universal language of science. It is common for many professionals to use specialist international journals and magazines, which are normally written in English, as a platform from … Continue reading

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