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How to learn a language in lockdown

Here we are again – not the start to the year that any of us wished for. This time, enthusiasm for perfecting your sourdough or swapping banana bread recipes seems to be on the wane but one big lockdown trend seems as relevant as ever.

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Languages

Wishing you a hyggeligt Christmas

Linguistics can bring moments of unexpected joy. While our professional satisfaction is derived from creating awesome translations, sometimes the most memorable moments are discovering one of those beautiful words for which there is no equivalent.

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Translation

Mind your language: when auto-translate gets you in trouble

Yes we’re professional translators but we can’t deny that Google Translate has made the summer holidays of millions a much easier proposition. However, as we’ve highlighted before, using Google Translate and other auto translate programmes can cause problems and, for more complex work, a professional translator is worth their weight in gold.

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How translation increases international sales

The international market for your content is huge, but most of the world doesn’t speak English. So, you hastily throw a translation feature on your site and hope the tool delivers something comprehensible to your international audience. Sound familiar?

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