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Promotional Videos With Subtitles: The New Stars Of The Web

According to Cisco’s latest VNI IP Forecast, video will continue to grow and dominate the web in 2021 with 80% of the global web traffic. This number could not be more telling.

 Indeed and almost without notice, promotional videos quietly appeared on our screens and are now everywhere. No less than 8 billion videos are viewed every day on Facebook alone. These figures point to the power of distributing a promotional video, not only on social networks but also within businesses. Whether it’s a corporate film or marketing video, a classic video or motion design, the possibilities are endless. In any format, it would be a shame to miss out on this media phenomenon.

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Videoconference interpreting: why choose a professional service ?

At a time when the future of our economy depends on maintaining and actively developing international business relations, and when the vast majority of multilingual professional interactions must take place remotely, the question of translation and interpreting has never been so crucial to build relationships of trust and make up for the phasing out of direct, in-person contact.
Although videoconferencing and machine translation are fantastic tools, their technical features have a tendency to limit the fluidity of our interactions. It is crucial to re-establish this fluidity by achieving quick and reliable interactions no matter the context.

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5 Reasons You Want A Professional Japanese Translator

The Japanese language is structured differently than English, in both spoken and written form. Some expressions can be articulated more easily and fluently in Japanese while others cannot. This makes Japanese translation a bit more tricky than usual.

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Why call on a legal translator?

In the context of continually developing globalisation, the volume of transnational contracts and deeds is constantly increasing. Be it in the domain of business legislation or in that of civilian life, legal translation is an inevitable necessity.

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Bilingualism among children: a long-term acquisition

The vast majority of bilingual children learn their languages naturally; they grow up in an environment where two or more languages are required. Bilingualism therefore develops without any real linguistic planning by their family or acquaintances. But what solutions are offered to monolingual parents to help their children become bilingual?
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