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Popular Nigerian slangs and their meaning

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Nigerian slangs are an essential part of the Nigerian culture, and it’s a language that many Nigerians understand and speak. Slangs are spoken in different dialects across the country, and it’s a popular way of communication among Nigerians. While we may use slangs for the sake of fun and easy communications, slangs are much more

The Role of Technology in Modern Localization and Translation Services

Introduction In today’s globalized world, the localization and translation services industry has seen significant growth in recent years, thanks to advancements in technology. Communication with people from different cultures and languages has become more critical than ever before. For businesses that want to reach a global audience, localizing and translating their content into different languages is

The Importance Of Localization In Today’s Global Market

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Have you ever found yourself using a product or service that just didn’t quite “fit” with your culture or language? Maybe the language used was too formal, or the graphics just didn’t resonate with your community. If so, sit tight, because we’re about to dive deep into the world of localization for global markets. Now,

How To Work On TWS XLIFF Tool

After downloading and installing the tool, Run the XLIFF editor, click on the “View” menu, scroll to “UI Mode”, select “Grid” (this will set the interface Grid mode which I believe is easier to use) Open the translation file in the XLIFF Editor. (Go to File > Navigate to the required location [where the xlz

2020 – Viral Videos and #600Years

2020 has been quite the year but amidst all the doom and gloom there were moments of joy and flashes of light. It was a year where we stayed at home more than any time in recent history, and thankfully, we had the internet, social media, digital entertainment to keep us inspired, connected and entertained.

Busuu, Language Status: Extinct

Busuu was a language from Cameroun. In 1986, it was reported there were just 8 speakers left and UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, had classified the language as ‘critically endangered’. Per UNESCO, There are six degrees of language vitality and endangerment, they are: Safe Vulnerable Definitely Endangered Severely Endangered Critically Endangered

How To Review Translated Strings on Memsource

Memsource is a popular Translation Management System. It is cloud-based, and also has an offline client for editing MemSource translation files (MXLIFF). We take a look at how to review strings in Memsource using the built in tools. After reviewing a translated string, click on the red X on the right of target, this will

The Power of Translation

The art of translation is a bridge that can open your business up to whole new markets by transporting your product or service from one language to another.