Entries by STAR translation

Meet us at Automechanika Birmingham

Automechanika Birmingham is the UK’s leading exhibition for the automotive aftermarket and vehicle production sector. STAR is exhibiting on Stand A131. Just look out for the big Red Logo! Come along and talk to our technical team about translation services for your next project on 4-6 June at Automechanika in Birmingham. We specialize in technical […]

Meet us at Electronomous – The International Car Tech & Mobility Summit

Translation Services for Mission Critical Information! Electronomous is one of Europe’s leading AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY EVENTS. This International Conference brings together World Class speakers, exhibitors and delegates in the field of Electric Vehicles, Connected Car Technology, ADAS, Cyber Security, Autonomous Vehicles and all in the beautiful setting of Killarney, Ireland. It provides a unique glimpse at […]

Buying Translation Services

Buying translation can be a challenging task. With so many translation agencies to choose from, how do you decide which one is best for you? The translation industry has its own terminology and companies use various different methods and processes to deliver translation. How can you tell which process is right for you? As a […]

Web Globalization Management Certificate

Certificate in Web Globalization Management In an ever-changing and well-networked international economy, there is a growing demand to stay on top of international business and technology trends and practices. The Executive Online Certificate in Web Globalization Management offered by the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University, offers professionals the opportunity to learn […]

Happy Endings or Suffixes

Common English Suffixes The following information provides a list of suffixes which are common to the English language. Suffixes are morphemes added to the end of a word to change its meaning or form a derivative. Common suffixes (word endings) are shown in the table below. Common Suffixes -ant -ise or -ize -ful -ent -ist […]

What’s the word I’m after?

The word I’m after is Abuse, misuse or disabuse? They all seem alike but have very different meanings, and are commonly misused. To abuse something means to treat it so badly that you damage it. To misuse something means to use it wrongly or incorrectly. And to disabuse someone or something means to show them […]

Pluralizing Words

Pluralizing words, plural nouns Pluralizing words isn’t always a simple matter of adding an S to the end. And switching a word from the masculine to feminine form isn’t always a matter of adding -ess. The words alms, amends, cattle, clothes, doldrums, ides, pants, pliers, scissors, shorts, smithereens and trousers are all plural or plural […]

Misplaced modifiers, dangly bits

Misplaced Modifiers Dangling modifiers aka misplaced modifiers are all expressions that grammarians toss into the conversation on purpose to confuse and embarrass the rest of us. So what do they mean? Consider this sentence: walking down the high street, the new shoe shop caught her eye. We all probably know what is meant, but grammatically […]

STAR Acquires ISO 9001:2008 Certification

We acquired the ISO 9001:2008 certification for our Quality Management System for translation services. STAR Technology Solutions is proud to announce that in February 2011, our Quality Management System was independently audited and awarded with the prestigious ISO 9001:2008 Certification. With close to 10 years of experience providing professional translation services, the ISO standard is […]