Blog posts tagged "translation"

Merry Christmas | Happy Holidays | Happy New Year

Christmas Eve is our last working day for 2017 and we will be closing at noon (we re-open again on 2 January 2018). We would...

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Network Languages | Persian and Farsi

Persian is one of the oldest languages in the world. It has been a standard and well recognised language since the 6th Century BC....

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Mongolian Language History And Facts

The Mongolian language is spoken by the people of Mongolia and some of its surrounding areas. Mongolia used to be referred to as a Central Asian country...

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Interesting Facts About The Burmese Language

The Burmese language, also known as Myanmar language or myanma bhasa, is the official language of Myanmar. Burma or Republic of the Union of...

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Interesting Facts About The Hungarian Language

Hungarian or the Hungarian language is the national or official language of Hungary. It is one of the twenty four official languages in the European...

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How Many Official Languages Are There In Luxembourg?

There are several dozens of languages and hundreds of dialects spoken by people around the world. One must not mix up dialects and colloquialism;...

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Interesting facts about the Icelandic Language

What do you know about Iceland? You might know that Iceland is actually green and Greenland is actually ice, as the saying goes. But do...

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A Brief History of the Hebrew Language

Hebrew is an ancient language that is still spoken today. Most of us associate it with the Jewish faith, or even the state of...

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What languages is Sundanese most closely related to?

The Sundanese language is incredibly interesting. The language is native to Indonesia and the vast majority of speakers are Sundanese, Bantanese, Cirebonese, and Badui...

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Interesting facts about the Latvian Language

Latvian is spoken by roughly 1.3 million people primarily by the Latvian population in Latvia, where it is the official language. Latvian is not largely spoken outside...

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