Esperanto: An Easy Language to Learn

English is always referred to as the international language or the Swiss knife of languages because it is spoken in almost every part of the world. However, not a lot of people know about Esperanto: the international language of peace and, impressively, one of the easiest languages to learn. Esperanto is an artificial auxiliary language […]

The UNMEI Expo 2016

October 16 was a big day for the multicultural community of Japanese language enthusiasts in the Philippines. Consequently, it was also a big day to be feared. A week before the event, headlines everywhere pointed out to that one name that we probably were too familiar with as a sweet and simple regular friend, Karen—Typhoon […]

UN Me

October 24, 1945—the day The United Nations officially came into existence. Three years later, it began to be celebrated as United Nations Day. The original founding members include the United States of America, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, China, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, […]

Connecting Worlds: Pedro Fraile Aranda (Spanish English Translator)

No matter your level of language proficiency, it is always important to learn new words and expressions every day. As a frequent traveler, Pedro knows this all too well. Having worked as a translator for almost 5 years now, these seemingly trivial things are vital to produce the best translation quality. Read on to know […]

5 Common Types of Translation Service Startup Businesses Should Know About

Coming up with the decision to expand one’s company services require more than just a solid budget plan. Reaching out to other countries would mean that one would also need to communicate with the market using their local language. This is where translation services come in. At present, there are lots of agencies offering translation […]

Proven-Effective Ways to Reduce Translation Cost

In business, going global requires more than just creating a budget projection for the first three years of operation. One of the most basic requirements is investing on a quality translation agency who will be in-charge of translating your company’s marketing content to the local languages of your target places of expansion. From website articles […]

Connecting Worlds: Sunil Nawle (French English Translator)

Farming has always been one of the many hobbies that make life interesting for Sunil. What started as a gardening hobby has now become a plan to grow 1,600 papaya and moringa trees on his 4 acres of land. Let’s get to know more about our French translator/gardener, Sunil, in this quick chat. Why did […]

Connecting Worlds: Nuno Rosalino (Portuguese English Translator)

For over five years now, Lexcode linguists like Nuno Rosalino, have played a significant role in the success of our clients all over the world—mostly organization leaders, businessmen, and working professionals needing translations for the English and Portuguese language pair. As we celebrate International Translation Month this September, let’s get to know Nuno more personally […]

Political Correctness in Language

Political discourse can oftentimes get too crass with the usage of language especially recently. We’ve seen it on TV. When leaders blurt out reportedly prejudiced remarks about topics like rape and gender equality, or when influential figures through their speeches call out racial groups and religious organizations regarding foreign policy, these create a stir that […]

Lexcode’s Humble Contribution to the Philippine Language Month

Pagsasalin, Susi sa Pagtamo at Pagpapalaganap ng mga Kaalaman at Karunungan (Translation: The Key to Achieving and Propagating Knowledge and Wisdom). The Department of Education designated this as one of the subthemes of the 2016 Language Month in the country. Lexcode has been in the translation industry for almost two decades. It has provided translations […]