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Increasing Demand for Bilingual Staff

Different areas of the economy, education and government are becoming more aware of the urgent need for bilingual staff in order to improve their services and products and the performance in their activities. I’d like to share with you a couple of cases I found of situations that happen among all types of people and

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month honors people of Spanish-speaking backgrounds in the United States. It begins on September 15 because of its coincidence with Independence Day celebrations on September 15 in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, on September 16 in Mexico, and on September 18 in Chile . From Sep

Latino Businesses in the U.S.

As immigrants settle in the United States, they also experience economical growth. Little by little, as they spend more time in their new country of residence, several have decided to start businesses and fully establish themselves in the field to progress and fight for a better future. The Hispanic community in the U.S. gr

Is Translation a Science, an Art, or a Skill?

September 3, 2010 2 Comments »

The word translation comes from the Latin translatio, which itself comes from trans– and fero and when combined mean to carry or bring across. By definition, translation is a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language. But is translation a scien