5. October | Proofreading | Language technology |

Interview: Language technology expert

As a language technology expert, Patrick Ullrich sees to the technically optimal connection between customer systems and our own. In doing so, adding value is very important to Patrick: his focus...

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20. September | Linguistics |

Anglicisms

German–English translation: historical connection and Anglicisms

The English language is virtually ubiquitous: bits and pieces of it can be found around the world in music, movies, international...

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25. August | Linguistics | Translation |

Untranslatable words: simply one of a kind

Hygge is likely one of the best-known contemporary examples of words that cannot be directly translated with a single word. These words are considered untranslatable, because they simply do not...

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25. August | Proofreading | Linguistics | Consulting | Gender and language |

Genders done right – but how?

The different versions of gender-equitable spellings and words that you encounter in everyday life are now nearly as diverse as our society itself. An asterisk, camel case, underscore or using...

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12. August | Other | Linguistics |

What is Denglish? Why Denglish?

Following on from our previous blog on translations and the use of anglicisms and pseudo-anglicisms, we tackle another language phenomenon in this blog series.

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27. July | Language technology |

AI videos: the new avatar of multilingual content

Are you familiar with AI videos? If not, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Over the past two decades, the world of marketing has undergone a digital revolution. From the classic print medium to a...

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14. July | Other | Linguistics |

Coronavirus and language

From curfew to Zoom dinner: how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted our languageCovid-19 has infected our language, too: over the past few months, many hundreds of words have become commonplace...

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14. July | Proofreading | Consulting | Gender and language |

Gender-equitable language

A considerate language – people, words and genders, and what we make of themThe question of how to properly use gender-equitable language is an emotive and divisive topic for many. In its most...

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