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The Meaning of Colors Around the World

  • February 23, 2018
  • by Dynamic Language

When you see the color red what do you think of? A beautiful sunset? A refreshing glass of wine? Or perhaps a warning sign or blood? Your answer could depend on where you are from. How we perceive colors is affected by our background and past experiences. Knowing what colors mean in different countries can […]

Language Tools for International Travel

  • March 6, 2017
  • by Dynamic Language

It’s essential to overcome language barriers so that you can fully engage with the local community; it could even be vital for your safety and well-being. But if you’re not confident in the host language yet, you’ll need a few language tools for international travel to help you communicate as you develop fluency. Most of these […]

2020 Olympics Prepare Language Services for Tourism Influx

  • August 17, 2016
  • by Dynamic Language

As the 2020 Olympics creep closer, Japan is taking strides in adequately preparing the region for the influx of tourists from all over the world.  This influx of people will have an effect on several industries; some of which include: retail, transportation, hospitality and healthcare. Localization language services for tourism are most definitely on the […]

‘Where is the Bathroom’ in German (and 18 other languages)

  • August 7, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

  If you need to know one thing when traveling in a different country where you don’t speak the language, it’s probably how to ask “where’s the bathroom?” When nature calls, you need to answer, after all. So here is a round-up of how to ask about the restrooms in 19 different languages — including […]

HiNative Language Learning App Connects you with Native Speakers

  • October 29, 2014
  • by Emanuel Longo

 Language Learning Goes Mobile One of the inevitable challenges of learning a new language or honing your language fluency skills is not having the “intuition” that comes naturally to native speakers. Most of us have had the frustrating experience of trying to find the meanings of words by plugging text into machine-translation services or searching in […]

How to avoid international traveling faux pas

  • November 30, 2010
  • by Dynamic Language

Don’t eat with your left hand in India. Don’t stick your chopsticks into your food. There certain things everyone knows not to do abroad. You may have preliminary knowledge of what to avoid, but would you be ready for a last-minute overseas social gathering or business meeting?

Learn good international business etiquette

  • September 20, 2010
  • by Emanuel Longo

Business travel has begun to rebound from its low mid-recession numbers, with the U.S. Travel Association estimating a 7 percent increase in spending this year. Likewise, an increase in international business travel is sure to follow.

Allerglobal Creates Multi-lingual Allergy Travel Cards

  • February 8, 2010
  • by Dynamic Language

Traveling can be difficult when you have allergies or intolerances, especially if you aren’t familiar with their foreign language. Allerglobal has created a simple card that assists with this transition by offering language-specific food allergy cards when dining out.

Unwanted Tourists Be Gone

  • July 1, 2009
  • by Emanuel Longo

Those who travel or just enjoy taking pictures know that getting an unobstructed picture in a busy location isn’t easy. Chances are that three or four pictures will be taken just to get one that you settle on as being the “best” option to keep. For those of you that want that perfect picture, free […]

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