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Your Three Minute Weekend French Lesson

Your Three Minute Weekend French Lesson

French, it’s the language of love both by the things we associate it with and because it is actually technically a ‘Romance language’. We associate its slick sounds with food, wine and all things cultural. It’s famous for being one of the sexiest languages out there and when you hear it spoken well, it would … Continue reading

Famous Russian Author: Leo Tolstoy

Famous Russian Author: Leo Tolstoy

Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy is better known today as Leo Tolstoy. The Russian author mostly wrote novels and short stories and is considered one of the world’s greatest novelists.  Tolstoy was born into a well known family of Russian nobility in the Tula region. Losing his parents at an early age, his siblings and he … Continue reading

Lost in Written Translation; The Benefits of Oral History

Lost in Written Translation; The Benefits of Oral History

Document translation and translating for written communication is definitely necessary in many situations. Such as translating birth certificates, marriage certificates etc. for moving countries, applying for visas etc. But there are also times when live interpreting is preferable and indeed much of what we can communicate is through the subtleties of speech, tone, body language … Continue reading

The Irish Russian Business Association

The Irish Russian Business Association

Working as a translator is a great opportunity for networking with companies and individuals from overseas. Consistently working with other nationalities and languages keeps our minds open to the world as a global market and the opportunities outside of the Emerald Isle. We’ve come to see the importance of clear communication and an understanding for … Continue reading