Monthly Archives: February 2011

Let’s Look at Aspects of Multimedia in Linguistics: Voice-Over

Translation Cleveland, OH Spoken language is one of the most effective ways to get your message across. That’s where our team of voice talents comes in. They work closely with translators and studio engineers to ensure that your audio is … Continue reading

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What is localization?

Translation Services Cleveland, OH The process of localization is a lot like translation only a bit more technical. The process of localization is used when translating such material as websites, software applications and computer programs. Localization involves programmers, linguists, and … Continue reading

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What We at Localization, LLC Do Best

Translation Services Cleveland, OH Translation is our bread and butter. It’s what we do best. No job is too large or small. Localization, LLC has capabilities to translate documents such as product manuals, labels, contracts, marketing materials, corporate policies, birth … Continue reading

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Continuing with Rare Languages: Aari

Translation Services Cleveland Aari A language of Ethiopia ISO 639-3: aiw Population  155,000 (1994 census). 129,350 monolinguals. Ethnic population: 155,002 (1989 census). Region  North central Omo region, south tip of Ethiopia plateau, near the Hamer-Banna [amf]. Language map  Southwestern Ethiopia, reference … Continue reading

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Continuing the series of Rare Languages: A’tong

Translation Services Cleveland A’tong A language of India ISO 639-3: aot Population  4,600 in India. Population total all countries: 10,000. Region  Meghalaya state, Garo Hills; Assam, south Kamrup District. Also in Bangladesh. Dialects  Related to Koch [kdq], Rabha [rah]. Classification  Sino-Tibetan, … Continue reading

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Continuing a series of Rare Languages: ’Auhelawa

Translation Services Cleveland ’Auhelawa A language of Papua New Guinea ISO 639-3: kud Population  1,200 (1998 SIL). 30% monolingual. Region  Milne Bay Province, Normanby Island, Sehuleya District. Language map  Papua New Guinea, Map 17, reference number 795 Alternate names   ’Urada, Kurada, Nuakata, … Continue reading

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Translation Cleveland – Continuing with Rare Languages

’Are’are A language of Solomon Islands ISO 639-3: alu Population  17,900 (1999 SIL). Region  South Malaita Island. Language map  Solomon Islands Alternate names   Areare Dialects  ’Are’are, Marau (Marau Sound). Classification  Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Central-Eastern, Eastern Malayo-Polynesian, Oceanic, Central-Eastern Oceanic, Southeast Solomonic, Malaita-San Cristobal, … Continue reading

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