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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 […]

IgnITIon – the ITI bulletin for people starting out

IgnITIon – what’s that? Well, read on to find out. As an established translation agency (since 1991!) we have always had lots of enquiries from: Students Teachers People wanting a career change Translators and interpreters starting out We refer translators and interpreters at any point in their career to the Institute of Translation and Interpreting […]

Anne Frank in Translation

Language and translation in Anne Frank: the diary of a young girl Reading Anne Frank as someone working in the translation industry one notices how central language is to Anne and the others living in the annex. What stood out reading the book is how multi-lingual the Franks all were and what a role language […]

How to choose a translator – for a professional, quality translation service

So you need a professional, ISO certified, quality translation service. But how do you choose a translator? Yes, we do translations. And a lot more. People always wonder how many languages we at Atlas Translations Ltd speak – in fact the most commonly asked question I get is: “How many languages do you speak?”  Our […]

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 […]

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: The Little Prince

The Little Prince (​Le Petit Prince)​ is a novella written by French author and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exup​éry. It was originally published in 1943 in the author’s native tongue, French. Since the original publication, it has been translated into over 250 different languages and has become one of the best-selling books of all time. It […]

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 […]

Google Translate Sings… Christmas Songs!

A career in translation – well you never know where it might take you, as Malinda Kathleen Reese consistently shows! Not just written translation and interpreting… This week we’re sharing a festive themed video from the talented Malinda Kathleen Reese. Enjoy!