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Spanish Translator Services presents our Spanish language and English - Spanish translation articles covering a variety of topics developed by our team of expert English Spanish linguistics at Trusted Translations, Inc.


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Language in Sports: Communication in European Football
Football (or soccer, as it’s known to North Americans) is the world’s most popular sport. In all corners of the globe, one can find football being played. It’s only natural, then, that at its highest club level???the domestic and continental competitions of Europe???there are players from a vast number of different nationalities and cultures. And […]

Nike Selects Trusted Translations to Interpret for Neymar, Jr.
Consecutive interpreting can be a challenging task in almost every environment. Now, take two of the biggest names in sports ? Nike and Neymar Jr. ? and add an army of fans, a sizable entourage, film crews and a dash of flying soccer balls to the mix. This was Trusted Translations? latest assignment in Los […]

AM/PM: The Challenge of Executing Projects
The relationship between an AM (Account Manager) and a PM (Project Manager) is similar to that of an architect and an engineer when it comes to carrying out a client?s request. To understand this concept, let’s put ourselves in the shoes of each of these protagonists: I, an entrepreneur, want to construct a building for […]

Capital Mistakes


The Alchemy of Communication
Communication is a beautiful illusion, a farce we are all a part of, in which we like to recognize ourselves and which we experience on a daily basis. We believe that we communicate, that we understand each other with precision, when really, we only “understand” each other by chance. In our effort to communicate, we […]

Language in Sports: Interpreting in Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball has not always been multinationally diverse. For much of its early history, the top-level North American professional baseball league was marred by racism and xenophobia; it wasn?t until 1947 that Jackie Robinson broke baseball?s color barrier, becoming the first black athlete to play in the Major Leagues in the modern era. Thankfully, […]

The Google Effect
Some years ago, when we needed information to help us study, write a paper or translate, we had to go to the library and read books to find what we were looking for. And to find a phone number, we would have to check the phone book or our personal agenda. Since we had to […]

Sorting out the Translation Industry?s Mumble Jumle
100 years after WWI, a time when most countries began instituting industrial standards, and 70 years after the creation of the ISO, standards are something we take for granted. We expect our wrenches to fit our bolts and nuts perfectly, we expect the products we buy to have quality controls and warranties, and we expect […]

App-lying a New Language


Translations: You Get What You Pay For!
We?ve heard it said more than once in our lives, “you get what you pay for,” meaning that buying cheap stuff alludes to a false economy, since what appears to be cheap is actually expensive in the end. This is true for many things, but applies particularly well to the world of translations. There are […]


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