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LEARN ABOUT ATA FARSI CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

Dear Colleagues:  The business of translation of Farsi in the US has become questionable. Due to the lack of a standardized certification, many individuals who ...
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AN ENCOUNTER IN TEHRAN

OUR STORY In the winter of 2000, during a visit to Tehran, I met a young accounting student who lived in my parents’ neighborhood. Since ...
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OUR BIGGEST MILESTONE, SO FAR

I founded Fravahr Translation in 2010. My company went through many ups and downs as do all small businesses. Recently, I reached an important Milestone. ...
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WHAT’S THE ATA CERTIFICATION AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

The American Translators Association (ATA) is the largest professional association of translators and interpreters in the United States with nearly 10,000 members in more than 100 countries. ATA offers certification examinations ...
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Scam Alert: Fraudsters Target Interpreters and Clients

Perpetrators of business fraud are getting more sophisticated everyday, and the translating and interpreting field is no exception. All the familiar scams involving everything from ...
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The Origins and Meanings of Financial Sayings and Idioms

I find this article to be both essential and amusing. How many times have I wondered where an English idiom came from and if it ...
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Invitation to Cooperate With the American Translators Association (ATA) to Formally Establish a Language Combination In Farsi To And From English

Dear Farsi Translators and Colleagues: Respectfully, the translation of Farsi to and from English in the United-States has become questionable. Due to a lack of ...
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To ‘D’ or not to ‘D’, that’s the question.

Even though English is not my first language, I always thought the English speaking world is not speaking correct English. When it comes to pronouncing ...
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Are Farsi and Arabic the Same?

I was waiting for the elevator on the 9th floor of a quiet office building in midtown. It was noon and I was headed to ...
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