Literal translation can often lead to misunderstandings, but with the right English to Spanish translator, they can translate context along with content.
Hiring a professional English to Spanish translation service can help you improve many aspects of your business. See the five reasons you should resolve to professionally translate business documents to Spanish in 2018.
“Feliz Navidad” uses both English and Spanish to spread a joyful message. Here are a few facts we recently learned about composer and singer, José Feliciano.
Thanksgiving isn’t typically celebrated in Spanish-speaking countries, but celebrations of family, food, togetherness, and thankfulness are universally beloved! Check out these awesome Latino Thanksgiving traditions.
With the rise of the US Hispanic population (and the equally rapid rise of their buying power), companies that do not yet offer a Spanish-language version of its website is less profitable and losing the competitive edge. Owner and head translator, Elsa Jimenez, outlines the 7 reasons why having your website professionally translated to Spanish is so crucial.
There’s a reason we refer to the wording in legal documents as “legalese” – it can seem to be a language in it itself! Therefore, it’s no surprise that translating legal documents from English to Spanish can come with its own unique set of challenges.
Though the festivities begin on October 31st, the Day of the Dead has nothing to do with Halloween. In fact, the perception given to the dead on Halloween is virtually the opposite of how the dead are thought of on the Day of the Dead.
You can say, “I love you” to a best friend and have them understand you don’t mean you love them romantically. You can say those same three words to your spouse, and he or she knows that when you say it to them, it means something more than when you say it to your best pal. Spanish is not so universal.
Spanish is an intricate language that requires a professional to catch all the linguistic nuances. The smallest change in a single letter can cause a drastic change in meaning.
While Hispanic Heritage Month (Sep. 15 – Oct. 15) is a tradition of recognizing the many ways Hispanics have positively influenced U.S. society, we’d like to pay special tribute to those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Learn the role Hispanics have had in our military, and how the heritage and culture contributes to the growing number of Hispanics fighting to defend, protect, and secure our freedom.