Category Archives: Translation

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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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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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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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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Research papers: International scientific and academic publications

As most of us are aware, we either belong to the world of those who speak a foreign language or we don’t. The English language is currently dominating discussion and debates relating to commerce, technology and science, as it also … Continue reading

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