News from Global Lingo - Oscar-winning Spanish actor Javier Bardems words have been misinterpreted
A conviction is being challenged because of a poor translation. A waiver signed by the defendant contained several mistranslations of legal terms, which had occurred in the process of translating it from the original English into Spanish.
With unemployment in the UK now above two million for the first time since 1997, more and more people are looking for ways to supplement their income.
The BBC reports today on French responses to the incorporation of English business terminology into the French language.
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Today's Times offers a guide to cultural sensitivities in the Arab world and Afghanistan.
News from Global Lingo - The European Commission has cancelled its meetings due to want of native English-speaking interpreters
News from Global Lingo - The European Parliament has made it mandatory that all public-service television programmes must be subtitled.
At a debate hosted by the Centre for European Policy Studies today, Juhani Lönnroth, the Director General for Translation at the European Commission, argued that despite fears about the increasing costs for translation and interpretation in the EU, the principle of granting each citizen the right to communicate with Brussels in their own language should not be altered, no matter the number of member states in the future
News from Global Lingo According to a research that the British use maximum number of meaningless words in their daily conversations