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You wrote “The Boundary” in Italian, and then translated it yourself. In 2016, you published “In Other Words” (an excerpt of which ran in the magazine), which explored your relationship with the Italian language and traced your growing fluency in it. Have you been writing predominantly in Italian since then? Does it change the act of writing[…]

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“The result is something close to unique—a language that is at the same time modern (it can happily express concepts such as podcasting), pure (it borrows very few words from any other tongue) and ancient (it is far closer to the ancestral Norse tongue than its increasingly distant cousins, Danish and Norwegian). Its complex grammar[…]

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File this under “More reasons why Translators are important” HOLYOKE, MASS. A group of Latino parents sued the Holyoke school system Monday, alleging discrimination for failing to provide adequate translation of educational documents for parents with limited English proficiency. The suit filed in U.S. District Court in Boston names Holyoke school officials and the state[…]

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Excerpt: Trek’s website is currently available in 19 languages and 33 locales, with its top target languages being French (France), Spanish (Iberian and Mexican), Italian, and German, according to Goessling. There is also a high volume of translation from English to Dutch and Dutch to other European languages. Perhaps surprisingly, the company’s in-house localization team[…]

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