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Ana Morales, translator, interpreter, podcaster. Twitter: @Anaisni.


Google Traductor es la herramienta más rápida e intuitiva para traducir palabras, frases, textos... tal es su potencial que también traduce webs e, incluso, documentos. Su utilización es muy sencilla y tendrás la oportunidad de utilizar docenas de idiomas diferentes. En el curso también se aprende Euskalterm; el banco público de terminología de euskera.

Traductores: tu web en inglés, francés, euskera, galego, catala, portugués, etc Nuestros colaboradores traductores hacen tus traducciones mediante trueque.

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Poetry in Translation (CX): Joseba SARRIONANDIA (b. 1958), Basque Poet RETURN HOME laden with treasure trove maps you sent me from home into the recesses of fear in search of the nymphs' song all I got for you on my journey were small grey flint st Real Translator Jobs. Learn more about it here

Mathieu Da Costa, a Navigator and Translator with African via Portugal (a ladino Moorish Jew of Iberian heritage, family roots of over 6 centuries). He was a guide on many expeditions to the new world, including France discovery of CANADA. He was member of the exploring party of Pierre Dugua, the Sieur de Monts and Samuel de Champlain in early 1600s. He was a multilingual man who spoke Dutch, English, French, Portuguese and pidgin Basque, the dialect many Aboriginals used for trading…


Mathieu de Costa -The first recorded instance of a black presence in Canada was that of Mathieu de Costa. He arrived in Nova Scotia sometime between 1603 and 1608 as a translator for the French explorer Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Monts. The first known black person to live in Canada was a slave from Madagascar named Olivier Le Jeune (who may also have been of partial Malay ancestry).

wordfully: languageoclock: hemulitanulnyelveket: Language learners’ levels of weirdness. ICELANDIC-BASQUE PIDGIN??! OH MY GOD THIS IS ACTUALLY A THING


#Internacional: Nerviosismo en Londres a diez días del referéndum por independencia escocesa