The process of document translations involves more than simply interpreting words on a page from one language to another. At BridgeLanguages, translation involves a thorough, 4-step process that starts with initial document review and ends with accuracy checks and final delivery. Learn exactly what happens as we mange your translation project from start to finish at Bridge.
Your company needs documents translated, and you want to be sure you’re getting high quality service from the provider you choose. But what makes a a translation is good? A quality translation doesn’t just focus on the meaning of words but also their context, nuance, and cultural implications. Here are 4 specific points to check for when it comes to quality translation services.
Move over Spanish and French, Mandarin is moving in! This rich, musical language is spoken by almost a billion people worldwide, and is catching on as a second language choice for Westerners as well. Read more to learn why!
Looking for language classes in Denver? Our downtown center, BridgeLanguages, offers Spanish, French, Portuguese, Arabic and many more foreign language courses, with the level and schedule that work for you! Keep reading to take a look inside our downtown Denver center.
No two languages are the same, and there are often fascinating differences between them. We promise you haven’t heard some of these little-known, interesting facts about languages around the world!
Have you ever been interested in learning a certain language, but never had the chance to really study it? One of our students in Denver, Colleen, is learning French again, 10 years after first studying it in school! Read about Colleen’s experience here, and remember now is the time to learn a new language.
Spanish is the second most widely spoken language around the world, so it’s understandable that the language varies throughout Spanish-speaking countries. While every country speaks Spanish a little differently, there are some common differences between how it is spoken in Latin America vs. in Europe. If you’re looking to learn Spanish, it’s good to be aware of these differences between the dialects!
As adults, we may wonder if it’s still possible to learn new things – such as a foreign language– or if it will simply be too difficult to be worth the effort! However, it might surprise you to learn that research actually shows adults have certain advantages over young language learners when it comes to mastering a second language! Furthermore, learning a foreign language can even benefit the brain of adult learners, keeping the brain healthy longer.