Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Translations during The World Cup 2014

With less than 24 hours for the Opening Ceremony of the World Cup 2014 in Brazil, the attention of all nations is directed towards South America and football! 

As a translator I am focusing on the linguist integration of people during one of the events that unites everyone through sport.

Since the World Cup is taking place in a Portuguese-speaking country, many tourists and football fans travelling from around the world to support their teams would perhaps be interested in learning the basics of the language whilst in Brazil.

Rosetta Stone has developed an application called Travel Portuguese Futebol Edition which provides football fans with help with Portuguese during the matches and their stay in Latin America. Therefore, if you are travelling to Brazil and would like to fit in with other Portuguese speakers during a football match, you can download for free the Travel Portuguese Futebol Edition by Rosetta Stone which will coach you with some basic phrases which can be used offline without requiring data connection. If you have already tried the application, please rate it here to help other potential users with your feedback.

On the other hand, if you require the services of a professional translator, then contact me and I will help you with any translations you may need.

Now that the wait is almost over, start cheering for your favourite team and please write down here how you would do that in your own language!!

Shall I start with.....?  
"¡Vamos, vamos Argentina, vamos, vamos a ganar! Que esta banda quilombera, no te deja, no te deja de alentar..."

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