Localization Archives

FB-Case-Study.jpg
December 16, 2019

by Future Trans

Future Trans, the ISO 17100 certified language services provider with a worldwide reputation for high-quality translation & localization projects, was approached by an American online social media and social networking service titan ─ second to none across the globe!

The client has requested that we take a highly complex project with awesome challenges ─ including big volume, multiple languages, limited budget, tight deadline, and difficult-to-find talent resources. 

3 MIN READ
ten-f.jpg
November 19, 2018

by Future Trans

Like any culture, it can be easy to make assumptions about the lifestyle of Hindi and Indian people, but some may be surprised to know that some conventional thinking could be incorrect. Here are ten facts that you might not know about Hindi and India.  

  1. Hindi is Not the National Language of India

Given the popularity of Hindi, it’s easy to see why some assume that it’s the national language of India, when in fact, there are 22 languages.

3 MIN READ
10-Facts-about-Somali-and-Somali-People.jpg
September 23, 2018

by Future Trans

Somalia is a country in the Horn of Africa, which also happens to be a peninsula and the most eastern area of the African continent. There are an estimated 14 million people living in Somalia as of 2016. They are better known as Somalis or the Somali people. The primary religion of the Somalis is Islam, making Somalia an Islamic nation. This means the traditional Muslim-based laws and customs are prominent in society.  Most notably, women are treated as second-class citizens and they must be subservient to men.

4 MIN READ
10-FACTS-ABOUT-KURDISH-AND-KURDS.jpg
August 8, 2018

by Future Trans

Kurds – A Stateless yet Eminent National Group

The Kurds successfully managed to establish a reputation of themselves as a strong, united and diverse cultural group, but they are undeniably still recognized as a stateless national group within our practically independent globe.

Kurdish – The Official Language of Kurdistan
There are two prominent dialects that are used by a majority of Kurds:

4 MIN READ
10-Facts-about-Tigrani-and-Tigrayans-1.jpg
July 2, 2018

by Future Trans

Tigrinya is one of the world’s most unique and interesting languages.  It is the primary language of the Tigrinya people, with about 6.9 million speakers in Eritrea and Northern Africa.  Many Africans living in surrounding countries also speak it is as a secondary language.

In this guide, we will take a closer look at Tigrinya and the countries where it is spoken.  We’ll also explain why understanding Tigrinya is essential for doing business in Eritrea, Ethiopia, and other countries in Northern Africa.

4 MIN READ
10-Facts-About-Zulu-Culture-Language-People.jpg
April 23, 2018

by Future Trans

The Zulu Language is known as isiZulu, the language of the Zulu people, with it’s dominant area being the Zulu population living in South Africa. Zulu has around 10 million speakers as a first language, and 95% of these reside in South Africa, as well as over fifteen million second-language speakers. In addition, Zulu is understood by over 50% of the area’s population – making it one of South Africa’s official languages as of 1994. isiZulu is part of the Nguni subgroup of languages, and more than half of the population of South Africa are able to understand it. 

Eager to find out more about the Zulu language, culture and people? Read on…

5 MIN READ
Amazing-Facts-about-Turkey-and-Turkish-People.jpg
March 18, 2018

by Future Trans

Turkey is a very interesting country with a distinctive culture and language. Always wanted to find out more about Turkey? Read on to discover a few things you might not know…

Turkish Language

The Turkish language is distinct from other languages in the region, as it is inspired by Latin, not Arabic. This makes professional, accurate translation vital for companies seeking to branch out into this area.

5 MIN READ
Amazing-Facts-about-Perian-and-Persians.jpg
February 15, 2018

by Nehal Amer

The origin of the Persian language dates back to 550-330 BCE and it was used by the Parsa people who ruled Iran. It then became the language of the Persian Empire and became a widely spoken language with it being used in the likes of India, Russia, the Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf.

Through the years, the language has evolved and has become the modern language that it is today. Primarily it is spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and certain areas of Uzbekistan.

6 MIN READ
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons