Gender is a big topic these days and the use of gender-neutral language is a much-debated subject right now in the translation industry. Translators and the people who work with them have long been debating how and when to use gender-neutral language. If conference topics and online articles are any indication, the overall global conversationContinue reading “Gender Neutrality in Translation”
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5 Ways to Give your Spanish an Energy Boost
Learning a language can fun and exciting. It can also be a challenge, especially when faced with boring grammar rules or hearing someone speak so fast that all you can glean from the entire conversation is that you think they ate at McDonald’s yesterday. So, how to keep your Spanish learning alive and well? Here are 5 energy boostsContinue reading “5 Ways to Give your Spanish an Energy Boost”
What’s in a word?
What’s in a word? Well, everything. As anyone who has learned a new language will tell you, words have weight. A perfectly placed word can make or break a joke. A thoughtful word can “hit the nail on the head” and express exactly what someone is feeling. There are the funny horror stories of confidently expressingContinue reading “What’s in a word?”