St Albans Translations

Technical translation Translation company Clare Round-the-clock interpreting in 3 languages.Can we help you with any interpreting? Whether you need one interpreter or 25, phone or in person, call Atlas. Product launch, game localisation and much more!  Linkee launching in Norway, featured in Dragons’ Den, Tris, Dean and Ben were a delight to work with. Polish translation

St George’s Day – The History and Celebrations

St George’s Day is the feast day of St George and it’s held on 23rd April. It is celebrated by various Christian churches and by the several nations, kingdoms, countries, and cities of which Saint George is the patron saint. George was chosen as the patron saint for England as he is popularly identified with […]

Word of the Day

Learn a new language or broaden your vocabulary with the “word of the day”! Word of the Day? Several times a day, do you find yourself wasting precious time waiting for something? Waiting in line at the cash desk at the supermarket, waiting for the bus at the bus station, waiting to get called into […]

Tate Easter Eggs

I know Easter is a long way behind us now and we are advancing quickly through May, despite the weather suggesting many alternatives to what we expect from standard issue May sunshine. But I would like to rewind back to Easter for a moment…. Naturally here at Atlas Translations, we indulged in a bit of […]

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 […]

Novels in Translation: Les Misérables

Les Misérables is perhaps best known as a stage musical and a film from 2012 starring Hugh Jackman, but the moving story was originally a novel written by Victor Hugo, which at 1,900 pages in its original French is approximately four times longer than the average Harry Potter book. First published in 1862, it is […]

Translation into English

English This ‘Translation into’ blog is written by Carolina, giving a non-native English speaker’s perspective on translation into English. I was only 6 years old when I started learning English. My first memories of English involve learning about colours, and numbers, and playing “Simon says”, and singing songs about food. Of course that, as a […]

Atlas Translations Instagram

When Instagram was first… ‘invented’ (?) it went from 0 registered users to 1 million users in the first 2 months of … ‘inventedness’ (not a real word now a real word as far as I am concerned). To those of you who have been in a deep sleep since 2010, I will briefly explain […]

Translation Agency Tips: #46: Splitting a Translation Project

Often large translation and urgent projects will need to be split between different translators to ensure a deadline is met. Here are few pointers on things to look out for when working on a job which has been split.   Consistency in a Large Translation Naturally the greatest issues with split translations involve the terminology […]