How many languages do you talk? If you’re an understudy in the United States, the appropriate response may be only one: English. Obviously, numerous U.S. understudies communicate in two languages, like English and Spanish, while different understudies may communicate in a couple of different languages.
Through experience, we know that when we approach a man or woman in the street and ask them directions in their native language they tend to reciprocate positively and immediately. This is true wherever in the world you may be. The moment they hear the first few familiar words emanating from you they would drop […]
2020 will be the year of languages. The world is becoming a more globalized place with every minute that goes by. While learning any language will be beneficial for your career and your personal life, some are more important than others. There are several aspects that determine how important is a language globally:
It’s no secret that your online presence strengthens your brand and increases your chances of selling in any part of the world. Thanks to the internet, there’s no limit in reaching new audiences and engaging with people from different time zones and cultures. But what are the most popular languages for business translation?
ChineseMandarin Chinese is not the easiest language to learn yet once you do, you get a possibility to communicate effectively with billion people in the world.
What languages are the most relevant for learning in 2019? We provide a list of languages to study, as well as give useful tips on learning them.
Business communication with multiple countries demands expertise and precision. Here are the six reasons hinting why it is important to use business translation:
English English is New Zealand’s official language. It is the primary language used for court proceedings, and statutes and other official pronouncements. English is spoken by 96.1 percent of the population.
The Maori culture, which is the culture of the first people who settled in New Zealand, is a fascinating culture that you’ll just want to learn more and more about once you discover it in New Zealand.
“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” ― Mother Teresa إذا بدأت تحكم على الناس، فلن تجد وقتا لتحبهم. الأم تيريزا