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We are an agency led by a small team of English mother tongue speakers, based in Cardiff, UK. We work with only native speakers of English and Italian, many of whom have spent time in the 'other' country for large periods of their lives.
One of the major benefits of this is that we are able to fully understand any social or cultural references that come up in the translations we undertake, meaning the full tone and intention that is in the original document is translated in its entirety.
We are also therefore close to the action in the latest legal updates and law changes that affect both countries, and that can affect the terminology used in many of our translations.
If you thought football was a way of life in the UK, then just wait until you see what it is in Italy. The seriousness with which Calcio is taken in Italy can be demonstrated soon after landing, when you set eyes of no less than three major sports newspapers, la Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere Read more about The importance of football in Italy[…]
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Italy is weighing up a new law that would see women who experience painful periods to have up to 3 days of paid holiday per month, in what would be the first law of its kind. The new proposal is based on the theory that women who are experiencing painful periods would be very Read more about Italy ponders paid time off for painful periods[…]
In Italy it is the period of Carnevale, a time of the year leading up to lent when Italians have parades, dress up in certain outfits (most famously the Venice Carnival masks), and often across the country many different traditions are adhered to. In Milan, the main aspect of Carnevale appears to be dressing up kids like Read more about It’s Carnevale time…[…]