10 Facts About the Spanish Language

Hey there all and welcome back to more AWESOME facts we found about language. Today we focussing on SPANISH! 1. With 329 million native speakers, Spanish ranks as the world’s No. 2 language in terms of how many people speak it as their first language. It is slightly ahead of English (328 million) but far […]

Breaking the Barrier!

Welcome back for another exciting edition of Breaking the Barrier! Where we try and limit the language barrier as much as possible. Today we have an awesome word for you that you never know where you might use! This weeks word is: Competition English – Competition Spanish – competição Afrikaans – Kompetisie com·pe·ti·tion definition n. […]

Breaking the Barrier!

Welcome back to another education edition to Sid’s blog. Today we looking at the word we always look over to translate sometimes and yet can make the world of difference when we do. So without a further a due, this week’s word is: Thank you for your support English – Thank you for your support […]

Breaking the Barrier!

Welcome back to another addition of “Breaking the Barrier!” Today we checking out the sentence Under pressure – English Sob pressão – Portuguese Bajo presión – Spanish Onder druk – Afrikaans Definition — n 1. the state of pressing or being pressed 2. the exertion of force by one body on the surface of another […]

Sid’s World

Hey there and welcome back 😀 We always happy for those reading our blog in your busy days. So lets first hit it off with a favourite comic of ours found on the great net of the word: And now some random yet interesting facts on Language • The first word spoken on the moon […]

Adventure Time!!!

Welcome back travelers! Today we lead you to a special trip via the Tren a las Nubes A little history The construction of the railway started in 1921, to connect the North of Argentina with Chile across the Andes, and to serve the borax mines of the area. The viaduct La Polvorilla, the highest of […]

Translator News Alerts!

The hottest job skill is… The Army, NYPD and State Department can’t get enough workers with this job skill. Neither can Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, local courts and schools. By Annalyn Kurtz @AnnalynKurtz October 30, 2013: 3:15 PM ET What is it? Fluency in a foreign language. Translators and interpreters are expected to be one […]