SOURCE: Language Weaver

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June 17, 2010 09:00 ET

Language Weaver Provides Popular Translated Phrases for 2010 FIFA World Cup Fans

Enables Fans of the "Beautiful Game" to Express Their Passion in 11 Languages

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - June 17, 2010) -  Language Weaver (, the leader in trusted automated translation solutions, today released a translated list of 25 frequently used phrases fans can use to communicate their feelings and reactions around the World Cup. Given the universal appeal of the game, these phrases empower fans from around the globe to share in both the glory and agony of the game and transcend national borders.

The list -- which includes translations for phrases like "That's got to be a penalty" and "Take a shot!" -- is available in languages such as English, Spanish and Japanese. To download the full list of translated phrases, click here.

"Over 25 billion people in 32 countries are going to be captivated by this year's tournament for the World Cup, but they may be hampered by their ability to communicate in multiple languages at any one time," said Mark Tapling, CEO of Language Weaver. "Through translation, we are hoping to bring together fans from around the globe by enabling them to more easily communicate while watching the World Cup."

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Language Weaver provides trusted automated translation solutions that translate high-value, dynamic digital information quickly and effectively to improve human communications. The company's products have been deployed worldwide in organizations across numerous industries and levels of government to increase operational effectiveness, manage brand experiences and boost customer engagement. Language Weaver was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in Washington DC, London, Paris, Brussels, Tokyo and Cluj, Romania. For more information visit

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