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Just How Important is Translation to Small Businesses?

Small businesses often operate in just as much a multilingual world as medium and large businesses. That multilingualism exists in two separate but overlapping business environments, the home market, and the international market.

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Some of the Common Challenges of Translations

What are the problems of translation one may ask? In fact, the art of translation is more challenging than many people think. How to solve translation problems can even be difficult for a translator who has two feet firmly placed in each of the two languages that he or she knows well. There are always potential linguistic traps for the unwary translator.

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The Most Popular Kinds of Translation Services

There is a great variety in the types of translation services available on a global basis. They could be anything from the localizing of software, making a website global, medical translations and multimedia localization, which includes photos, videos and more. There are also translators who typically specialize in technical translations.

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What You Need To Know About a Birth Certificate

A birth certificate is an important document and is often needed for a number of reasons. It may be required to confirm your identity, age and birthplace for such things as an application for citizenship, for marriage purposes, study or employment.

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Are any Indigenous Languages Official Languages in Australia?

As of March 2018, there is no official language of Australia. English is still by far the most used national language of Australia and is the language of government. The fact that indigenous languages, some of them still very much in use within the indigenous communities across the country, are not regarded with the same importance as English, is something that is a contentious issue which is yet to be resolved.

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What’s the Difference Between a National and an Official Language?

One often hears the terms “national language” and “official language” when dealing with translation tasks. Are they one and the same? Should translators be aware when they translate which version or language they need to use, or is that something the client should specify when giving instructions for a translation task?

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What’s The Difference Between a Notarized and a Certified Translation?

There are a great many people who are not sure what the difference is between getting a notarized translation and a certified one. In fact, there are some people who think they are one and the same thing. There is quite a big difference between getting a notarized translation and getting a certified translation.

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How Long Does it Take to Get a Student Visa to Australia?

One of the requirements for entering Australia if you are a foreign traveler out of a list of documents required for an Australian student visa is a valid passport and a valid visa. If you are coming to the country as a foreign student you must ensure you obtain a visa that matches the course you intend to study. If you are lucky it may only take 24 hours to for the Australian student visa processing time, but if you haven’t met all the requirements it may take quite a bit longer.

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A List of Transition Words In German For Making Excuses

It’s almost impossible to come up with an excuse without lengthening the number of words you use. This is because you want to thoroughly convince the person you are making the excuse to. In Germany, you will find that Germans don’t like people who arrive late and who break rules. So if you do one of these you will need to come up with a very good excuse if you are living in Germany.

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Australian Immigration Rules For Permanent Residency

There are various ways you can become a permanent resident in Australia. The first is through family based permanent residency, which means applying for the visa subclasses 820 and 801. You may be eligible to apply for this if you have a partner who lives permanently in Australia.

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