Monthly Archives: October 2019

The easiest languages for English speakers to learn

28th October 2019

Learning a new language is difficult, especially when it comes to different grammar and slang. However, some languages can be relatively easy for English speakers to learn. They often share a common linguistic history and similar language structures. English is a Germanic language, which mean its sentence structure (syntax) and morphology (how words are formed… Read more »

Is translated content duplicate content?

28th October 2019

We often hear this question come up in translation conversations, so we thought a blog explaining content translation and content duplication would be a good place to start. What is duplicate content? According to Google “Duplicate content generally refers to substantive blocks of content within or across domains that either completely match other content or… Read more »

Should learning a second language be required?

9th October 2019

Britain is scheduled to leave the EU on October the 31st. Many employers are fearful of a shortage of bilingual speakers, who are critical to maintaining their foreign relationships. Photo by Janko Ferlic Earlier this year, the British Council released an article called ‘Is the UK in a language crisis’? The article stated that the All-Party… Read more »

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