Why You Shouldn't Trust Google Translate

December 7, 2021

For many monolinguals, Google Translate has been a godsend. Gone are the days of thumbing through a Spanish-to-English dictionary searching for the word you just heard. Now when you overhear... Read More 

How Colors Developed as Languages Evolved

November 23, 2021

Having found clues scattered throughout more modern vocabularies, linguists have concluded that human languages of the world may be derivative of proto human language that was spoken in East... Read More 

Is America Still the World’s Melting Pot?

October 29, 2021

Anywhere diverse groups of people assimilate and blend together as one can be called a “melting pot”. Whereas many countries have a population made up of people who are similar in... Read More 

Do Halloween and Day of the Dead Celebrate the Same Holiday?

October 18, 2021

Although both are ancient traditions that grew into global holidays, the answer is no. Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos) and Halloween (All Hallows Eve) are evolving events that can be traced to an... Read More 

Are Healthcare Inequities Intensified by Language Barriers?

September 22, 2021

In many areas of our country, patients suffering from coronavirus that were not primary-language speakers generally fared worse than those who spoke fluent English. According to a study published... Read More 

Do People Speak English in Iceland?

August 25, 2021

Although Iceland is a sparsely-populated remote island that lies just below the Arctic Circle, approximately 98% of Icelanders speak English as the nation’s lingua franca. Icelandic, on the... Read More 

Shouldn't You Know What Each Attendee Said?

August 17, 2021

The answer is Yes! Everyone attending a multilingual presentation should leave with a clear understanding of what was said  as well as accurate translations that account for linguistic... Read More 

Is Official Multilingualism a Contentious Option?

July 9, 2021

Official multilingualism happens when a country legally mandates multiple languages to be used for producing and delivering its official communications. According to Oxford Scholarship Online, it... Read More 

The Land of Fire: Where Europe and Asia Meet

July 1, 2021

Since flames would often burst from the ground, Azerbaijan was a spiritually significant place for many ancient people who worshipped natural elements like earth, fire, air, and water. Located in... Read More 

Polyglots Can Catch Up Via Online Events

June 11, 2021

Polyglot events allow multilingual speakers to meet and communicate with other language enthusiasts from around the world. Annual Polyglot Gatherings and the Global Polyglot Conference are open to... Read More 

Client Spotlight

Everything was well prepared by the ProLingo staff, so we were able to start our meeting promptly. The technician was great to work with and the interpreters were very professional and were positive and engaged even so we ran into some overtime. We will hire ProLingo for all our interpretation needs, no matter where our events take place.
- S. Chung, Harvard Club NYC

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