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COMPREHENSION IS THE KEY TO ACADEMIC SUCCESS

  The Hispanic population is not only the largest immigrant group but accounts for 56% of the United States population growth in the past two decades. As a result, linguistic diversity is an increasing characteristic in today’s classrooms. Educators need to design instruction to match the demographics of today’s studen

Indian Premier League (IPL)

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a cricket tournament played in India and various parts of the world in the months of April and May each year. At present, there are ten teams from all over India participating in this tournament. These ten teams consist of top notch players from all over the world. Top international cric

Low Literacy Rates among U.S. Hispanics Children

  Reading skills amongst children of Latino descent are at an all-time low.  Studies indicate that U.S. Hispanic children entering kindergarten are already six months behind their fellow classmates in school readiness.   Top educators believe U.S. Hispanics children would significantly benefit from programs that pro

God Is Brazilian

All eyes are on Brazil as the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics draw nearer. Both events will be hosted in the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro. Invented as a movie title by the director Carlos Diegues, “God is Brazilian” is the famous catchphrase among the Brazilian people, who have eagerly awaited […

3 Ways to Improve Translation Quality

It is extremely difficult to measure the quality of a translation, considering that there may be many options for a specific text being translated in several different ways, all of them being correct. But what exactly is a good translation? Here at Trusted Translations, we pride ourselves in delivering high-quality trans

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo or the 5th of May commemorates the Mexican Army’s 1862 victory over France at the battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican war. It’s considered a minor holiday in Mexico but in the United States, Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage. The largest Cinco de Mayo [&hel