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Is being a native speaker enough?

Professional translators should translate from one or more foreign languages into their native tongue: this is a point on which

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The pitfalls of the Italian language: “monolingual” & Co

You often hear of a “dizionario monolingue” (monolingual dictionary), a “dizionario bilingue” (bilingual dictionary), or of “traduzione multilingue” (multilingual translation)

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About British complaints…

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We all know that British people like to complain, and recent months have seen a rise in online blogs, communities

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Blog

SMGs official blog is finally online! Translations, interpreting, linguistics, culture and much more. Make sure you don’t miss our next

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Terminological Research for Financial Statements

Studio Moretto Group is proud to announce the completion of terminological research and update of its multilingual glossaries for translating

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Understanding Linguistics: Searching for Basic Principles (Pt. 01/12)

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What makes a native speaker? Why do some people find it easy to learn a second language? What makes English

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Understanding Linguistics: Is it a Science? (Pt. 02/12)

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We premised in our previous article that, in spite of the dazzling technological advances that seem to multiply daily in

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Keeping translators on their toes

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Linguists all over the world agree that the best way to learn a new language is to immerse yourself in

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Understanding Linguistics: It’s physical! (Pt. 03/12)

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We’ve introduced the notion in the previous article that the brand of Linguistics devised and practiced by Chomsky at MIT

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Understanding Linguistics: Becoming other (Pt. 04/12)

As we briefly discussed in our previous article, scores of scientists over time have extensively studied the act of phonation,

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