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Cognates and their Significance for Multilingualism


In general, “cognation” means “any kind of relation”; in grammar, cognates are terms that are morphologically related. These are words of similar pronunciation, spelling and meaning in two languages, and that are particularly relevant to the understanding of written texts.

Since they share the same etymological origin, it is important to learn cognates at an early age. How do they impact multilingualism?

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Lessons from a Parent: How to improve adolescent behavior using a program proven successful.

Parent Project Case Study

A decade ago, The Parent Project, an innovative education institution focusing on strong-willed children and adolescents, contacted us to translate their educational programs.

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5 ways to measure your eLearning ROI

eLearning ROI

Find out how to identify gaps and needs of your eLearning program.

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Three of the most common e-Learning translation mistakes you should avoid

eLearning mistakes

When working with clients who need their training courses in multiple languages, it is difficult to educate them on the requirements, as they might think it is as simple as translating the content, and publishing it. The process couldn’t be further from that.

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