Tag: “Language Learning”
Emily Hinchcliffe takes the Comtec Translation Prize for 2019
German Studies graduate, Emily Hinchcliffe, received the Comtec Translation Prize for German Studies this year at Warwick University’s graduation day. Find out more in this post.Read more
We wish you a Merry Christmas in 10 different languages!
Here’s how to say Merry Christmas in the top 10 languages for businesses this year! If you want to personalise your communications wishing your contacts a Merry Christmas, here’s how to do it.Read more
What languages will your business need in the future?
The British Council’s Languages for the Future report says that improving language skills is critical for the UK’s success as a global nation. Here we look at which languages are our top prioritiesRead more
Global Chatter – May: Extroverts learning languages & Russian in-laws
Hello! Mirëdita! Ni Hao! Szia! Welcome back to Global Chatter, a monthly compilation of our team’s favourite blogs, news items and online resources all about the rich, wild and wonderful world of languages. With an international team and a global network of 3,000 linguists (covering 200 languages!), hand-picked for their professionalism and skill, we makeRead more
Top 10 Languages for International Business
In today’s world, business is truly international. While English may retain the top-spot, knowing other important business languages can open doors to new markets, contacts and opportunities. Considering the number of native speakers, world economies and key industries, we’ve listed the ten most important languages for doing business overseas. Some may be obvious choices, butRead more
Are you considering a new overseas market for your business? Why take the time to learn the language?
Almost everyone I have spoken to regarding language and culture in international business has said that it is worthwhile to take the time to learn something about the country’s language – even if the other person speaks your language fluently.
This doesn’t mean that you are expected to conduct business negotiations in the language within the first month though! An experienced interpreter can help you with that.