merry christmas 2016

Merry Christmas 2016

As another year draws to a close, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our readers & everyone we’ve worked with in 2016. It’s been an exciting year for us at K International and we couldn’t have done it without such great clients and all the exceptional linguists that worked with us. We look forward to building new partnerships throughout the New Year and continuing our commitment to delivering the best services in the industry.


We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Enjoy the Holidays!

K International Christmas 2016

Here’s some festive articles we’ve written over the years.

What Language Does Santa Speak?

Santa sends toys to children all over the world, or so the story goes. But what is his native tongue? Where does Santa live, and what language does Santa speak?  Since we can’t ask the big guy himself, let’s take a look at the evidence. Here, we examine some of the possibilities.  The North Pole: […]

5 Creepy Christmas Traditions from Around the World

‘Tis the season to be jolly…but in some parts of the world, Christmas isn’t all “Jingle Bells”  and “Fa La La La’s.” Here are 5 Christmas traditions from around the world that are more creepy than festive. 1. Austria and other Alpine Countries – The Krampus If you’re good, Santa Claus brings you presents. If you’re bad, […]

Santa Claus in Different Languages

Because everyone is different, here are few translations of the most famous man on the planet: Santa Claus!

Happy New Year in over 150 Languages

Well… as the year draws to a close we’d like to wish all of you all the very best – in 150 languages.

Christmas Dinner Around the World

What makes Christmas special? Some would say it’s family, others would say the presents, and still others would say it’s the food.  Whether it’s a Christmas ham, wassail or candy canes, everyone has a favorite holiday delicacy. Like virtually everything else about the holidays, these delicacies vary depending on what part of the world you […]

Free Translation of Merry Christmas

Every year we get asked to supply the translation for ‘Merry Christmas’ (people like to put it in their xmas cards). To make 2008 a truly multilingual festive season we have included the most popular languages in this post.


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