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“The world is flat”, “The world knows no boundaries”, “Everyone is connected”, etc.
While this is all very true, humans still use approximately 6,000 languages to get about their daily lives and while many people “speak” English, today’s de facto lingua franca, the vast majority of humans always feel more comfortable speaking their own native-language. How do I know? I have traveled and lived in many countries on several continents and you should really keep in mind that a lot of people can’t really communicate more than basic ideas or conduct simple business in English when it is not their mother-tongue with nuance and subtlety flying out of the window most of the time.
I have been a translator for more than 20 years and I can guarantee you that I know what you need right now.
If you’re here, on my website, it’s because a) you are searching for a professional to repair some shingles on your roof (which means your googling skills are a bit off) or, more likely, b) you are searching for a French-native translator that will make sure that all those carefully crafted materials and contents you have created translate perfectly to the local cultures and context you are trying to reach.
How do you translate a list of country names like the one below into French? Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Spain Seems simple enough, right? You just translate each word and boom, you’re done. Well, yes and no. If you did just that, you would then get the following list: Belgique, Allemagne, Pays-Bas, Espagne This list is perfectly fine but …
Steve and I we go a long way back… No, not really. We don’t share all that much actually except for one particular obsession. Steve Jobs is well known for many things but one aspect of his excruciating attention to detail that gets sometimes lost is that he would often push Steve Wozniak, the engineer behind Apple’s early successes, …