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Atlas Translations – Translation into Polish

Happy New Year everyone! We’re back to continue our ‘Translation Into’ series, this week looking at translation into Polish. Translation into Polish Polish is a language primarily spoken in the central European country of Poland. There are around 50 million speakers globally, with 38 million of these residing in Poland itself. There is also a […]

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Finding a Work Placement or Internship

University life can be exhausting: an endless number of parties to attend, people to meet, friends to keep, naps to take and, on top of it all, finals, papers and parents’ expectations to not disappoint. A good escape of the university routine (yes, let’s pretend you want the best years of your life to end) […]

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How Margaret Thatcher changed the way I interpret forever

This week we’re posting something a little different from our usual series, and featuring a guest blog from freelance translator, interpreter, and friend of Atlas, Hellen Mason-Spyry. Enjoy! I have decided to finally start to set down a few words on some of the most spectacular or memorable moments from my interpreter life. Today I […]

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Translation into Danish

Danish So today, on the back of Denmark’s 5-1 win over Republic of Ireland (sorry Clare), we’re talking about Danish – no, not the pastry. But hold your horses, we’ll get there! Firstly, some facts about Danish, the language. It descends from Old Norse, more specifically Old East Norse, just like Swedish and Norwegian (actually […]

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Fran Meets World | Halloween 2017

I was born in the month of Halloween. I’m not sure if this says something about me but when I was little, I really wanted to have powers like Samantha in Bewitched and her daughter Tabitha, so every night I would wiggle my nose to switch off the light without having to get up (pure […]

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Novels in Translation: Don Quixote

Don Quixote is widely regarded as one of the greatest novels ever written, and a huge influence on modern fiction. The Ingenious Nobleman Mister Quixote of La Mancha (El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha), to give the book it’s full title, was written in Spanish by Miguel de Cervantes. It was first published as […]

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12 Weeks to make a difference to your Business

12 Weeks to make a difference to your Business Every business I’ve met, start-up to established, is always searching for new clients and work.  One way many companies do this is to attend business shows or Expos. Recently, the Atlas team attended a relatively new event hosted by the St Albans Businesses Group. We found […]

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