Regions Around The World Where German is an Official Language

German is spoken by many millions of people in Europe as a first language and millions more as a second language. It is not, however, an international language in quite the same way as English or French. It is not spoken in quite the widespread way as Spanish, Arabic, Hindi, Bahasa Malaysia/Indonesia or Chinese, but […]

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Advantages of Learning German for Students

However serious you are as a student, there are many good reasons for learning German. Some of these are listed below and are explored in more detail later in this article. ● Learning German allows you to study at a fees free German university. ● Learning German allows you to get more out of a […]

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How to Celebrate International Translation Day 2019

If you are a translator, did you know that one day every year was dedicated to celebrating everything to do with translating? It’s called International Translation Day and every year it takes place on 30th September. There is a different theme every year, too and this year it’s “indigenous languages and their translation.” If you […]

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Why We Are the Best German to English Translators in Australia

Whether you are German business intent on marketing your goods in Australia or a German migrating to Australia you will require all relevant documents to be translated from German to English so they can be read by your targeted audience in Australia. At Dammann German Translations you can expect the best translation for your documents […]

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All You Need to Know if You Want to Work in Australia

Australia welcomes many new faces every year. Many come purely as tourists. Others come to study, work for an employer on a temporary basis, start a business, migrate permanently and there are those more unfortunate people who arrive as refugees. The Australian government has established rules that apply to every type of person who wishes […]

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German Language Writing System for Translation

The German writing system is based on the Latin alphabet with a few odd differences that make looking at German text a little unusual for non German speakers. The Latin alphabet is one of the main alphabet systems used worldwide. It is used in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch and the Scandinavian languages Germany’s […]

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How to Save Money on a Technical Translation

If you need a technical document or text translated into another language you will be looking for accuracy, speed of delivery and good value for money. While translation projects can feasibly be translated by an automated computer-mediated translation tool, it is highly unlikely that your translated document or text will be accurately translated even though […]

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Translation Techniques for the Professional Translator

Most professional translators use a raft of translation techniques without really thinking about them. Translation techniques are a little like the use of grammar.  A child learns the grammar of their own native language by a gradual process and doesn’t have to think every time he or she speaks. This changes when someone learns another […]

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Will Machine Translation Ever Take Over Human Translators’ Jobs?

Machine translation, or MT for short, has been around in one form or another for at least the last two decades. The technology is steadily improving and one form or another of it is used by individuals for their own personal use, but is it really going to be good enough to threaten the livelihoods […]

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What Will German Translation Be Like in the Future?

Germany is an economic powerhouse today and its position in relation to overseas trade and business is unlikely to diminish in the near future, although the rise of China and other South East Asian economies, as well as those of Brazil, is going to make the German economy face more competition to which it must […]

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