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One Hour Translation helps companies to scale their global growth efforts, by supporting their localization and translation needs, in over 100 languages.
We manage complex localization workflows and handle any volume quickly and efficiently.
Our unique platform automates the otherwise bulky, cumbersome project management tasks that create inefficiencies found in traditional translation company operations.
We serve hundreds of enterprise customers - among them Facebook, Xiaomi, Tencent, IBM, Amazon, Intel.
All of our services operate around the clock; any day and at any time, thanks to our community of over 25,000 professional translators from over 120 different countries and supported with our modern, cloud-based management platform.
We understand that the user experience is critical to our clients’ productivity, hence special attention is given to UI and self-service features.
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Number of people speaking:
The estimated number of native speakers is 375 million worldwide, while a further 750 million speak English as a second language.
The dialects of English are simply too numerous to list. The most commonly thought of is American English and Australian English but there are regional dialects throughout the native speaking countries and around the world.
English is primarily thought of as being spoken in the United Kingdom, the USA and Australia but there are also fifty two countries around the world where English is the official language. These include; Canada, India, Barbados, Malta, New Zealand, Jamaica, Kenya, South Africa, Singapore, the Philippines and Zambia.
Some Fun Facts about English:
The Oxford English Dictionary which is the premier and standard dictionary of the English language lists over 250,000 completely distinct words. This figure does not include scientific, technical or colloquial terms.
There is no word within the English language which rhymes with the word month.
The word ‘set’ has the greatest number of definitions, more than any other English word.
Only four words within the whole of the English language end in the syllable ‘dous’; hazardous, horrendous, stupendous and tremendous.
There are no rhyming words for the colors orange, purple or silver.
There is only one fifteen letter in the English language which does not repeat a single letter; ‘un-copywritable’.