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How Translation Into French Can Grow Business

Translation into French can grow business? Well, it’s no surprise to many of us that English is a very useful language for business. But what might go under the radar is the amazing effect that advertising your services in different languages can have on business growth! Have you ever wondered how translation into French could […]

Translation into Swedish

Swedish It is interesting that so many Swedish exports have found significant success in the UK. Abba, Bjorn Borg, IKEA, Pippi Longstocking, Steig Larsson and Zlatan, along with many others have become household names in Britain. It can’t be a coincidence that so many attract such fame in English speaking nations and I wonder if […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Greek

Translation into Greek I can tell you now…. before you read this to the end that this may not be the most informative blog about language. Sorry, I can’t resist, as it’s all Greek to me. Well, we were all thinking it weren’t we? For the facts ‘n’ figures, I will of course conduct some […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Finnish

Translation into Finnish Finnish is one of the few languages which are spoken in Europe but which do not belong to the Indo-European family group. Like Estonian, spoken across the Gulf of Finland, it is a member of the Finno-Ugric languages, which make up the main branch of the Uralic family. Besides being spoken by […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Basque

The Basque language, also known as Euskara is a language isolate, the only remnant of the languages spoken in Southwestern Europe before the region was Romanised in the 1st and 2nd centuries BC. The Basque lexicon varies greatly among dialects, many words being restricted to single valleys or towns. The Basque country is an autonomous […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Norwegian

Translation into Norwegian Norwegian is a North Germanic language spoken by the 5.2 million inhabitants of the Scandinavian nation of Norway (and, surprisingly, 0.4% of people in the American state of North Dakota!). It shares many similarities with other Scandinavian languages such as Danish and Swedish. These similarities allow speakers of different languages to converse […]

Cherokee – Endangered Languages

This is the first in our new series which will be taking a look at some of the languages around the world which are considered to be endangered. There are a few different ways of categorising these languages; one of the best is done by The Endangered Languages Project, which aims to build up and […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Japanese

Japanese (日本語 Nihongo) is a Japonic language spoken by 126 million people worldwide. As the official language of Japan it also holds official status in the Pacific Island Angaur. Although little is known of the language’s prehistory, at one stage it was thought that Japanese had links with Korean, but this relationship has been widely […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Urdu

Urdu translation – yes, we can help! Urdu is the official language of Pakistan and some Indian states. It is part of the Hindustani language group, which also includes Hindi. Around 100 million people worldwide speak Urdu. Despite it being the official language of Pakistan, only around 7% of the population speak it as a […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Mongolian

Here at Atlas we do get a reasonable amount of English to Mongolian translation work – but it must be one of the languages which we know the least about, let alone know any actual Mongolian words and phrases. Let’s start with a few basic facts. And Genghis Khan. Mongolian Mongolian is spoken by about […]