LinguaLinx @SHRM Chicago

Chicago played host city to this year’s SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) conference—the largest HR conference in the U.S. with people from companies all across the globe attending. And the LinguaLinx team was there reppin’—Charlotte, our Director of Administration myself attended multiple seminars with the intention of bringing back all the good information we learned, to […]


A Profile on Scandinavian Languages: Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish

Scandinavia is the title given to the Northern European region where Denmark, Norway, and Sweden are located. Three languages spoken in this region are Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish. Did you know that these three languages are mutually intelligible? This means that speakers of each of these languages can understand one another with little difficulty. Let’s […]


Interesting Facts About the Russian Language

Russian belongs to the Slavonic side of the Indo-European language family. It is intimately related to other Slavic languages including Polish, Czech, and Serbo-Croatian. Russian is one of the three surviving members of the East Slavic languages.  The Russian language reflects the global opinion of its people, their demeanor, and stereotypes. So, as with many […]


Tamil: One of The World’s Oldest Languages

The Indian subcontinent is home to the world’s second largest population and great linguistic diversity! The Eighth Schedule of the Indian Constitution lists and recognizes 22 languages. Tamil is one of those languages. Tamil is an interesting language because it is one of the oldest in the world that is still in widespread use today.  Here […]


A Guide To Khmer Translation

Cambodia is a nation located in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by Thailand to the northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest. Khmer language (Cambodian) is the official language of Cambodia and the language of the Khmer people. Khmer is a member of the Austroasiatic […]