What we do

TnT Language Services helps businesses cross borders – with quality translations and training. Clear, concise and cost-effective translation is critical to help your organization communicate with customers around the world. TnT Language Services is dedicated to quality translations that convey the full meaning of what you are trying to say. Ask us for a free quote today.

About Us

TnT Language Services began in 2004 doing interview transcriptions for John Deere and Company headquartered in Moline, Illinois. Founder, Tyson Taylor began studying foreign languages in 1990 at the age of 12,

Meet the "T" in TnT

Tyson Taylor began studying foreign languages in 1990 at the age of 12, beginning with Spanish. By 1993, language became a passion with the addition of French. In 1998, after dabbling in Hebrew, he began studying Latin and Italian at LACC in Los Angeles, California. A semester later he developed an interest in Romanian with subsequent home study.

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A blog about language, translations, training and tips on communicating across borders.

AAVE and the Missing Links

While sitting and watching videos on Languages and Dialects, as I often do I came across the following videos on my favorite language/dialect: Okay, maybe I am biased, because it is essentially my first native tongue. Yes, it is possible to have two, or even three. There is still some debate as to which it is, language or dialect, but whatever it is, AAVE is neither improper English nor slang. I have also noticed that, since French and Dutch have become the main languages of my day-to-day professional, and official communication languages, and no matter how well I have mastered […]

The Most Important Languages to Learn by 2020

Lifehack published a good article that attempts to identify the best languages to learn for business and personal success in the future. While learning any language is going to be beneficial for your career and your personal life, some are more important than others. The article listed these criteria as important in assessing which languages would be best to learn: Number of potential speakers Growth of native speakers Economic power of countries that speak the language And more… And the most important languages to learn? In order, they are: Mandarin German Portuguese Spanish Arabic Russian Hindi Are you surprised by […]

Help wanted: people who can speak more than one language.

Which job seekers are in hot demand? Bilingual workers. That was the headline to an article in the March 13, 2017 Boston Globe.  The article reported that the number of online job postings targeting bilingual workers more than doubled nationwide between 2010 and 2015, rising 162 percent, according to a new report by New American Economy, a coalition of mayors and business leaders that supports immigration reform. The languages seeing the biggest rise in demand: Chinese, Spanish, and Arabic. Bilingual job listings for higher-end positions, including those in finance and engineering, grew the fastest, but the majority of bilingual jobs […]