Prestige Network Celebrates Major Arabic interpreting contract for Oxford-based Business School

Thatcham-based family business language services company Prestige Network is celebrating a major contract delivering Arabic interpreting to a group of 40 executive business students at an Oxford-based Business School.

Classroom interpreting, conference interpreting, tour guide interpreting and Face-to-Face interpreting, were all part of the package delivered by Prestige Network’s Arabic interpreters.

Jackie Benn, sales . . . → Read More: Prestige Network Celebrates Major Arabic interpreting contract for Oxford-based Business School

Polish more popular than English in Edinburgh schools

Polish is now more popular than English in Edinburgh’s primary and secondary schools. 96 languages are in use with over 3000 having a foreign tongue. Punjabi and Urdu are in second place whilst Arabic is third.

The number of children with English as a second language has almost doubled since 2005 and the enlargement . . . → Read More: Polish more popular than English in Edinburgh schools

Translating Food & Beverages in the Arabic World

Food and non alcoholic beverages have been characterized as the spice of life in the Arab countries, the elements that give flavour and zest to the culture, and yet, at times the tastes, textures and subtleties of the local dishes and beverages can be the most difficult to translate.  

Arabic Translators have to go to great . . . → Read More: Translating Food & Beverages in the Arabic World