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Why is learning a foreign language good for your brain

Understanding lаnguаgе is оnе of thе hardest thіngѕ уоur brаіn dоеѕ. Thе benefits оf lеаrnіng a ѕесоnd lаnguаgе ѕееm, in fact, tо bе рrороrtіоnаl tо the еffоrt expended bу thе brаіn. Bесаuѕе lаnguаgе is соmрlеx, ѕреаkіng or lеаrnіng a fоrеіgn lаnguаgе gіvеѕ уоur brain a gооd workout. It is hаrd tо bеlіеvе nоw, but thеrе [...]

By | December 1st, 2017|Languages|Comments Off on Why is learning a foreign language good for your brain

Multilingual Children

Multilingual Children Hey, how is your beautiful little one doing? Has she started sitting up, probably consuming some solid foods? And, what other languages will you teach her? Having raised children with the ability to converse fluently and more efficiently in diverse dialects is fun and laudable, yet wholly fascinating. Though there are invariably tons of [...]

By | August 1st, 2016|Languages|Comments Off on Multilingual Children

The Art of Effective Communication

The Art of Effective Communication: How to Get Your Message Across To Your Customers Communication is key, is one phrase that cannot be stressed enough in the business world. However, the communication in itself has to be effective for it to work. Communicating with your clients is an art that you can learn. Anyone can [...]

By | June 29th, 2016|Languages|Comments Off on The Art of Effective Communication

History of the English Language

The English language is classified under the West Germanic branch of the Indo-European family of languages. Its history is conventionally, if not neatly, classified into three main periods namely Old English (450-1100AD), Middle English (1100-circa 1500) and Modern English (since 1500). It’s however important to note that like many languages, the English language has been [...]

By | May 27th, 2016|Languages|Comments Off on History of the English Language

Why Automatic Online Translators Don’t Always Get It Right

And why this makes a huge difference to you It’s not always about the cost Sharing of knowledge and news in this age has become a matter of a few, mere clicks. You name it and you share all kinds of information in various formats – audio, video and written. Convenience has become the champion [...]

By | April 26th, 2016|Languages|Comments Off on Why Automatic Online Translators Don’t Always Get It Right

5 effective steps to learning a new language

The 5 steps of learning a language • Research your language The first and foremost step is researching the language you are about to learn. But how do you research a language? Begin with the alphabets and their pronunciations. Next, find out what tense of verbs the language uses and analyze it against your native [...]

By | March 15th, 2016|Languages|Comments Off on 5 effective steps to learning a new language

What is a language mediator?

“Language mediator” is the generic term for the job titles of “translator” and “interpreter”, that is, for persons who transfer a certain written and/or spoken language (the “source language”) into another language (the so-called “target language”) (language mediation). Translators work with texts – that is, written language – while interpreters deal with spoken language (or [...]

By | November 4th, 2015|Languages|Comments Off on What is a language mediator?

Igbo

Igbo (also known as Ibo) is a language primarily spoken in Nigeria. There are about 25 million speakers worldwide. Our Igbo translators and Igbo interpreters are well-trained language mediators with several years of work experience in different areas, among others, law, economy, and medicine. Since most Igbo language mediators have completed a second course of [...]

By | September 23rd, 2015|Languages|Comments Off on Igbo
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