The newest member of the team is by no means a novice in the field of translation, interpreting and localisation

Foreign languages ​​have always fascinated me… and I have great respect for the work of those with a good command of a foreign language, who use it in their profession and, moreover, specialise in a specific field for translating and interpreting. Because of my desire to work in this environment, my first steps after graduating […]

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The weirdest Christmas traditions from around the world

It’s that time of year again where we’re wrapping things up and looking forward to a few days off with friends and family. So to celebrate all things Christmas, we’re going to take a look at some of the strangest Christmas traditions from around the world. The Christmas Log in Spain Once a year the […]

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SEO tips for seznam.cz

If you’re looking to expand into the Czech Republic, getting yourselves found is going to be key to your success. First of all, you’ll need to start by localizing your website into Czech. Although most Czechs have a good command of English, we love our language and would much rather buy from a Czech-speaking company. […]

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The next wave of translation technology

This week we’re taking an in depth look at the newest translation technology and what the future holds.   From the fictional Babel Fish to the best translation apps you could need for traveling. Translation technology is trying to break through the last barrier. Here are two of the biggest new translation technologies on the […]

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Jan Jansky – The Man Who Saved Millions

Jan Jansky – The Man Who Saved Millions In part 3 of 4 on Czechs who changed the world, this week we’re looking at Jan Jansky. His work has saved millions of lives, but that nearly never happened. Jansky was born in the small town Cernosice, just outside of Prague. After studying in Prague, he worked in a […]

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The Man Who Made The World Unique

Czech Scientist Jan Evangelista Purkyne When we think of the world of criminology and crime scene Investigations, we instantly think of Sherlock Holmes or any of the modern great crime shows we all know and love. We’re sure you’ve heard of Bones, any of the C.S.I. series, or even N.C.I.S.. But, did you know none […]

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The Men Who Defined Czech!

This week we’re going to start with a Bang! Robots, Semtex, and Sugar Cubes. This month Czech translations will be taking an in depth look at the Czech scientists and inventors. From fingerprints and the uniqueness of cells, to inventing contact lenses made using Meccano sets. These scientists have made groundbreaking developments that are the base […]

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Here at Czech translations, we haven’t forgotten about Mother’s Day!

Mother’s day is something we know no matter where in the world we are. No matter if you say Happy Mother’s Day or Všechno nejlepší ke Dni Matek, the sentiment is always the same. We love our Mammies and are grateful for everything they do for us. As Mother’s Day is getting more and more […]

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Is this the end of European Union Day?

Well, No. As Brexit finalises, we’re still a few years away from having the first country leave the EU. EU day is a day that promotes peace and unity throughout all the member states. As fun as it would be to sit here and make concoct sceptical outcomes for Britain’s exit, it’s more important that […]

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What really happens at Easter – Easter traditions from around the world

We hope everyone had a great Easter break and enjoyed some well-deserved time off with their family and friends. We certainly did, and are kind of still suffering from having one too many Easter eggs. That’s why this week we’re going to lay off the serious translationy stuff, and tell you a bit more about […]

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