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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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Translation Wars
We live in demanding times, running at the rhythm of a tyrannical clock that dictates its own rhythm and pace. In an increasingly interconnected world, where information can surge from one point of the globe to another in a matter of seconds, time is always of the essence, merely because it turns into a possibility […]

Is Your Language All-Inclusive?
Is it fair to say that a language is non-inclusive or sexist? Most languages (mainly those derived from Latin and Greek) have a somewhat special quirk: grammatical gender. For example, one of the tricky things when learning French as a second language ? at least for Spanish speakers ? is when the same word has […]

Important Considerations for Voice Recordings
Every once in a while, a translation project will require a voice recording service, either for dubbing or for voice over. In some cases, audio or video files are sent in for transcription, which then proceed to be translated into the desired language. In this case, the transcription is quoted first, then the translation and […]

Language in Sports: Communicating With the Referee
Recently, we reviewed the ways that players and coaches interact and communicate with each other in the football leagues of Europe, a highly international setting. But what about interactions with the referee? In international club competitions, such as the UEFA Champions League, discussed in part one of this post, referees are appointed from all over […]

More Untranslatable Words
In previous installments of our collection of linguistic curiosities, we spoke of untranslatable words in French. This time, we?ll learn some words from other languages that don?t have equivalent translations. We all like to watch the sunlight peak through the trees and reflect on the ground, but it seems that the Japanese like it so […]

Prima-Lingua: The power within words
Following up on our latest article, I would like to ponder further on the idea of thinking about linguists as if they were poets, storytellers or even artificers of some sort, given the intricate nature of their craft. The so called wordsmith, as we?ve mentioned before, is someone so skilled in the art of manipulating […]

I Speak English, Therefore I?m American
What makes you feel truly American? A study was conducted last year by the Pew Research Center, which found that most people in the U.S. believe that in order to be considered American, it was very important that people spoke English. The study was conducted over different groups of people distributed by age, race, religious […]

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 […]


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