The use of only…

Apex Translations wants you to understand that just one word and its placement is crucial to the correct meaning of the sentence. Directions: Place only anywhere in the following sentence. She told him that she loved him. <Scroll down for the variations.> Only she told him that she loved him. […]

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Downton Blog

Apex Translations heartily welcomes 2016 and bids a fond farewell to 2015, a year of breaking news of a world in tumult. The brand new year is yet but a babe, taking poised, sensored steps like the driverless car, representative of an unstoppable techno- future, while 2015 has already taken […]

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The Language of Love

It’s true; we are on the eve of a most romantic day for lovers everywhere, a long-heralded day of St. Valentine. School children exchange valentines both playful and delightful. Adults plan getaways at romantic destinations complete with special suites in glamorous hotels with copious amounts of wine or champaign served […]

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New English Words Are Added to Merriam Webster Dictionary to begin 2015

We at Apex Translations monitor all new word additions to English dictionaries which endeavor to herald a new year’s beginning with often-used parts of speech which denote current, if not up-to-the-minute, English phrasings, salutations, and internet slang. Click on the following link to glimpse a few: http://www.latimes.com/books/jacketcopy/la-et-jc-selfie-tweep-new-words-websters-dictionary-20140519-story.html Along with new […]

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