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Do You Know Your Arse From Your Elbow? Learn Your English Idioms

Do you know your arse from your elbow? Learn your English Idioms

11 Idioms to help you sound like a native English speaker

Idioms are a set of words exclusive to each individual language. Independently they mean something completely different to the sentence they are used in and its given meaning. They reflect the countries culture and knowing them gives you a whole different level of knowledge of the local language. Using these terms will be of great benefit when travelling, working or settling in the UK. Especially if you want to impress the locals and show you have a deeper connection with their language than most foreign speakers.

Professional Human Translation

Professional Human Translation

Professional translation: humans do it better

We are here to tell you how professional human translation is by far the best type of translation. Save yourself the time, money and a headache!! Start as you mean to go on and get it right from the offset. This is the only way to proceed with any type of translation requirement. As much as machines and computers are improving they still aren’t able to produce a perfect result.

Write For Our Translation Company BeTranslated: Guest Bloggers Wanted  

Write for our Translation Company BeTranslated: Guest Bloggers Wanted  

Translation Guest Bloggers Wanted!!                      

An invite to all guest bloggers! Being a multinational translation company we are looking for people who blog in related fields. Our company offers a service catering to all businesses large and small around the world. We have a strong team of qualified linguistic specialist who can translate from country to country worldwide covering languages throughout Europe, Asia and more. With an established, wide client base and growing, we offer a platform to be seen.

How To Succeed As A Freelancer Translator In 9 Simple Steps

How to Succeed as a Freelancer Translator in 9 Simple Steps

Being a translator can be a tough job. To some, it might appear to be as easy as just changing one language into another. Despite this impression, there’s a lot more to the role than meets the eye, making this job extremely challenging. This is not to say there aren’t a few perks, such as the option to work from home spending the whole day in your pyjamas and not having the need to face the outside world should you choose not to.

How To Soar With A Startup Business

How to Soar with a Startup Business

Do you want to create a higher turnover for your Startup business?

Every business owner’s main aim is to increase turnover by developing a more profitable business. With a startup, there are many ways we can recommend going about this. Here we will state the main components to focus your resources on.

Startups, small developing businesses are continually on the rise, cultivating young entrepreneurs. The movement towards the growing success of location independent businessmen and women, who can work solo from portable devices, is shifting how we do business. Added to, the ease of low-cost travel and the capacity to trade commodity and product globally. In this millennial era, there will be a consistent rise in the number of small personalised private companies we see evolve and prosper.

7 Key Things To Consider Before Proceeding With Your Next B To B Translation

7 Key Things to Consider Before Proceeding with Your Next B to B Translation

If your goal is to expand your company and take your business beyond domestic markets there are several key things to take into account. The best strategy to pursue, to tap into these international markets specifically those that are not predominantly English speakers, is to present your product clearly and succinctly.

Delivering your message and portraying your brand to this global market as concisely as you have offered your merchandise or service to your home (English-speaking) market is of utmost importance.

Lazy Monolingual English Speakers

Lazy Monolingual English Speakers

Is it safe to say that the English are lazy when it comes to languages? 

People from the UK, us Brits, often get a lot of flak for only speaking one language. This could be attributed to the simple fact we have the beauty of knowing English is a universal language. It is usually spoken wherever we go, by so many different nationalities. Giving us good reason just not to have the same drive to become bilingual. Because we don’t have that pressing need to motivate us and a necessary cause for it, it results in us being labelled as lazy.

Learn About What We Do At BeTranslated

Learn About What we do at BeTranslated

What makes us unique as a Translation Service?

Established in 2002, BeTranslated works as a decentralised team of professionals. We are a group of freelancer translators that are spread out across different European and Asian countries plus in both North and South American. We efficiently supply a translation service according to the availability, specialisation, expertise and resources of our team members, matched to our client’s needs.

Why A Translation Company Can’t Be Replaced By Google!

Why a Translation Company Can’t be Replaced by Google!

Professional translator or translation app?

If you want the job done properly, there’s only one way to proceed with your translation needs, there’s no comparison or decision to be made. It will be the best decision you could make for your business growth and to become a multinational platform. This is paramount now in the ever decreasing size of the business market. Taking on a translation company is the key to building stronger, better relationships with current overseas clients and branching out to make new ones.

How The Millennial Generation Works

How the Millennial Generation Works

How working life used to be

When our grandparents and parents grew up work ethics were very different. They were told to work hard put their heads down, get through the daily grind and this would result in success and a happy, fulfilling life.

The aspiration was to hold down a job making it a stable career and work 9-5 to support a family. Buying a nice car, mortgaging a house and having children was what to strive for. Taking a two week holiday abroad was a luxury reserved for the upper class alone and later became the aim for most.