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1705, 2022

The History of Translation

Anthropologists have been unable to pinpoint the precise time when humans began translating one language into another. Language is thought to have first appeared around 100,000 years ago. People only communicated verbally for hundreds of thousands of years. The cuneiform writing system [...]

504, 2022

What is a machine translation?

Until late 2016, all machine translation products on the market were based on algorithms that employ statistical approaches to determine the best feasible translation for a given word. Machine translation works by converting one language (source language) to another using software (target [...]

812, 2021

Doing business in Russia

Before you decide to do business in Russia, make sure you understand all of the specifics of doing business in Russia, since you will soon discover that you will have to deal with new legislation, collaborate with Russian colleagues, and [...]

1705, 2022

The History of Translation

Anthropologists have been unable to pinpoint the precise time when humans began translating one language into another. Language is thought to have first appeared around 100,000 years ago. People only communicated verbally for hundreds of thousands of years. The [...]

2206, 2021

Centre vs Center

Both the words center and center are correct spellings of the same word and also have the same meaning. However, where you live has an impact on which spellings are acceptable. Do you speak British or American English? Depending [...]

706, 2021

How To End A Letter

It appears that concluding a letter should be the easiest part. After all, the content has already been planned and written; all that remains is to add a few closing words. If you've ever finished a letter to someone, whether [...]

3105, 2021

US vs UK English

The first thing most people notice when traveling between the United States and the United Kingdom is the difference in accents and pronunciation. Although we use many of the same terms, there are some key differences in how Americans and [...]

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