Juno What Im Talking About

June is an incredibly busy month for all, being considered the official start of summer. On June 6, D-Day is observed; it commemorates the Allied forces invasion of Normandy, France during the Second World War.’ Flag Day is celebrated on June 14 each year and honors the United States flag and the nation’s freedom. ‘Also, […]

May We Not Forget

In May, we have a federal holiday; Memorial Day. Memorial Day is always on the last Monday of May and this year happens to fall on May 29 meaning this weekend is a long one. The day honors the men and women who have died whilst serving in the U.S. military.’ It was originally known […]

May the Fourth Be With You!

May named after the Greek goddess Maia who identified as the roman goddess of fertility, is the fifth month in the year. There are a few holidays in May to be celebrated. ‘Star Wars Day, May 4 (today), celebrates George Lucas’ Star Wars franchise and allows the millions of fans to express their love for […]

Happy Earth Day!

Earth Day was on April 22, or what the United Nations calls International Mother Earth Day, a day where people unite in order to both appreciate and respect the earth’s environment. So take some time to appreciate mother earth and reflect on how as a society we can do more to protect and respect the […]

Aphrodites Month

April is the first full month of spring! The name derives from the Latin word aperio which means to ‘open or bud’ as this is the season when trees and flowers begin to open. It also marks the month of mourning and celebration of Jesus Christ. Good Friday is a day when Christians commemorate Jesus […]

Marvelous March

March, named after Mars; the Roman God of War, is a busy month for all including American Language Services (AML-Global). Spring is officially here, hello warmer weather! With St. Patrick’s Day, Spring Break and the March Equinox; where the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of the night and day are nearly […]

Marching Forward in March

There is always a lot going on in March for American Language Services as it is for seemingly everyone. This is especially true if you’re a sports fan. In March, there is the famous March Madness men’s and women’s basketball tournament that culminates with a national collegiate champion. The NBA regular season is almost over […]

8 Interesting Facts about American Sign Language (ASL)

American Sign Language has been developed for over 300 years by Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet. Dated back to 1817, Gallaudet established the first national school for the deaf community in the US, which is known as American Asylum, located in Hartford, Connecticut. Today, American Sign Language is widely used through-out America and has become one of […]

Top 6 equipment rentals for a high-quality multilingual conference.

Headset and receivers On a regular conference set-up, each audience member has a headset with which they listen to the live translation coming from the interpreters. The headset is often combined with a receiver to receive the signal from the microphone and convert it into sounds. Beside the normal receivers and headset, American Language Services […]

Breaking News: A problem solved 8 languages covered by our Interpreters Gibson at CES 2017, Las Vega

In January, Gibson ‘ one of the biggest American musical instrument manufacturers contacted American Language Services. They would soon be at an important conference in Las Vegas ‘ known as CES (Consumer Electronic Shows), and wanted like to find a good language service provider to translate their brand contents into multiple languages for their potential […]

3 reasons why a good language services provider contributes to a successful conference?

Another new year is coming, bringing us new hopes, new plans and new ambitions for our lives. It’s a time when companies are busy with new-year conferences and meetings, discussing upcoming projects and strategic plans. Many companies have international clients that do not speak the same languages. It becomes more complicated when a meeting gathers […]