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  1. Learning to swear in another language is often a big draw to language-learners, as is learning how to order a beer.  When it comes to the corporate world, though, communicating across language lines is a business essential – and rarely does it need to involve f-bombs. Whether you’re looking to translate websites or legal contracts, transcribe […]

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  2. Updates from Multilingual Connections

    Multilingual Connections has been helping people connect with their communities and world since 2005.  We began by offering workplace language training programs, and in response to client requests, we quickly added translation services to the mix. Five years ago, we started offering language classes for the community as a whole, but we recently made the difficult decision to scale […]

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  3. Workplace English Proficiency

    Workplace English proficiency in the US is a growing challenge for businesses and employees. A 2014 Brookings Institute report revealed that “19.2 million [working age adults in the US] are considered limited English proficient (LEP), comprising almost 10 percent of the working-age population” and those workers “earn 25 to 40 percent less than their English […]

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  4. The benefits of learning a new language are infinite but for working professionals, even a basic understanding of greetings, commands, and cultural customs can change one’s ways of working for the better. According to US News and World Report, in our increasingly globalized business world, acquiring a foreign language can create dynamic working relationships with […]

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  5. According to the U.S Census, America is on track to become a “Minority Majority” country between the years 2008 and 2050 and thanks to America Reimagined, we can all watch our evolving population as it shifts from one State to the next. The site, powered by consumer tracking service EthniFacts challenges the U.S Census timeframe […]

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  6. Four Japanese Artists to Watch

    On Saturday August 23rd, Multilingual Connections is teaming-up with the Chicago Japanese Language Meetup Group to host an exhibit and demonstration from four renowned Japanese artists at our studio space in West Bucktown. The artists, who are in Chicago for the Ginza Matsuri Festival, will demonstrate their process during the open house. Mediums include calligraphy, ceramics, […]

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  7. Chi-Lingo is a new series featuring Chicagoans whose missions align with Multilingual Connections’ vision of connecting individuals to their communities and the world. We will highlight those doing good and feature their very own “Chi-Lingo” word or phrase they feel captures what they do, how they live, or the city as they know it. Jessica […]

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  8. For WorldChicago’s Youth & Professional Programs Manager, Maria Krasinski, Summer brings a unique group of international students from across the world eager to learn, grow, and thrive in Chicago through home stay programming. Throughout the year, WorldChicago works to build communication and respect between Chicgoans and professional leaders on their official trips to our fair […]

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  9. When I started my business in 2005, it was with the sole intention of offering English and Spanish training to improve communication in the workplace. When my clients began requesting translation services, I decided to offer them, first in Spanish and eventually in over 75 languages. By 2009, it was time to move the business […]

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  10. Chi-Lingo is a new series featuring Chicagoans whose missions align with Multilingual Connections’ vision of connecting individuals to their communities and the world. We will highlight those doing good and feature their very own “Chi-Lingo” word or phrase they feel captures what they do, how they live, or the city as they know it.  Liz […]

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Translation services without the f-bombs

Learning to swear in another language is often a big draw to language-learners, as is learning how to order a beer.  When it comes to the corporate world, though, communicating across language lines is a business essential – and rarely does it need to involve f-bombs. Whether you’re looking to translate websites or legal contracts, transcribe […]

Updates from Multilingual Connections

Multilingual Connections has been helping people connect with their communities and world since 2005.  We began by offering workplace language training programs, and in response to client requests, we quickly added translation services to the mix. Five years ago, we started offering language classes for the community as a whole, but we recently made the difficult decision to scale […]

Workplace English Proficiency

Workplace English proficiency in the US is a growing challenge for businesses and employees. A 2014 Brookings Institute report revealed that “19.2 million [working age adults in the US] are considered limited English proficient (LEP), comprising almost 10 percent of the working-age population” and those workers “earn 25 to 40 percent less than their English […]

Build Better Business Skills with Bilingual Boot Camps

The benefits of learning a new language are infinite but for working professionals, even a basic understanding of greetings, commands, and cultural customs can change one’s ways of working for the better. According to US News and World Report, in our increasingly globalized business world, acquiring a foreign language can create dynamic working relationships with […]

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