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Novels in Translation: Pippi Longstocking

Pippi Longstocking (full name: Pippilotta Comestibles Windowshade Curlymint Ephraimsdaughter Longstocking) tells the story of a 9 yr old orphaned girl. Her mother is an angel and her father washed overboard and is now the king of a distant island. Despite her compromised start in life, Pippi proves to be independent and confident.   She has […]

9 Tips to getting the most out of your interpreter

These 9 tips to getting the most out of your interpreter will help you to plan and get the best results before and during the assignment. Establish rules with the interpreter 1 – Establish and agree ground rules. For example, communicate how you want a meeting run, the number of sentences to be translated at […]

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 […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into French

French is the official language in 29 countries and is spoken by more than 200 million people over the world, which ranked la langue de Molière to the 6th most widely spoken language.   Due to French speaking countries colonialism in the 17th and 18th centuries, French language has been expanded to new continents and […]

Atlas Translations: Translation into Dutch

Translation into Dutch We do enjoy a bit of Dutch Translation – and Dutch Interpreting! Dutch is the national language of the Netherlands, a small country in north-western Europe. There are around 22 million native speakers, primarily found in the Netherlands, but there is also a large Dutch-speaking community in the neighbouring country of Belgium. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Translation into Chinese

Translation into Chinese  I’ll begin by stating that under the ‘Chinese’ title there’s actually an array of related but in many cases mutually unintelligible dialects. Of course, in this blog, we’ll cover Putonghua or Mandarin – the language with the highest number of native speakers in the world and the official language in both Mainland […]

Translation into Portuguese

At Atlas, we often receive requests for translation into Portuguese. So we thought we’d take a closer look at this global language. Portuguese is one of the romance languages that, like French, Spanish, Italian and Romanian, has Latin as its major component. But if we were to make a family tree of Portuguese, Vulgar Latin […]