Caribbean Creole Language

by mikecogh The Caribbean is made up of different islands. The majority of countries in the Caribbean speak English while the rest speak other languages. Creole is widely spoken in the Caribbean. Creole, as often defined, is a language or way of speaking that comes into existence when two or more different languages come into contact and a new simplified…

Official Languages of South Africa

by ZORIN DENU There are few other accurate reflections of the cultural diversity of South Africa which match its official languages. Eleven official languages make South Africa the country with the second-most number of constitutionally recognised languages next to Bolivia and India. All eleven languages are mandated to share equal emphasis and importance, in usage and in development. It is…

Becoming a Professional Translator

by englishpen If you need to become a specialist translator it goes without suggesting which there are a amount of factors which you need to consider before taking found on the challenge of the exciting plus pretty complex job. Your amount of education need to be high along with a degree is imperative though it doesn't always need to be…