Natali Lekka

Copywriter, Writer

Storyteller by birth, content writer by passion

I am a multilingual travel, food and lifestyle writer based in Newcastle, UK. My work has appeared in Oryx (Qatar Airways), Morning calm (Korean Airlines), Baltic Outlook (Air Baltic), JetAway (Jet2), FHM Germany, Internation Living, Babbel and in a number of other webites. Originally from Athens, Greece, I specialise in Mediterranean destinations and esp. Greece. I love foreign cultures and faraway destinations, I have travelled to over 35 countries and speak French, Italian, Spanish and of course Greek. I am currently studying German.

In the past, I worked as a TV researcher for Channel 4's A Place in the Sun (UK) but nowadays I write articles, feature stories, blog posts, people profiles and case studies about Greece, the UK (travel, food, culture, tourism, lifestyle) for magazines, websites, businesses and brand companies (in English). I also create content for education and language learning companies.

I transcreate and localise your products for the Greek market.
I translate from English into Greek.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Checklist, Direct Mail, Ebook, Guide
More Information
University of Warwick, MA in Translation Studies
Aston University, PGCert in Forensic Linguistics
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK|English
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Published Content

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babbel.com
Blog Post
Straight Outta Rinkeby: Multi-Ethnolects Created By Immigrants In Scandinavia

Svenska (Swedish) may be the official language of Sweden but Rinkebysvenska is the language of immigrant communities and the forward-thinking youth. Here’s what Scandinavia’s multi-ethnolects can teach us about communication and culture.

babbel.com
The Most Romantic Language? Turkish For Lovers

Are you getting ready for a date and want to impress your beloved by whispering sweet nothings in a foreign language? Forget French or Italian. Find out why Turkish could be the world’s most romantic language.

babbel.com
6 Of The UK’s Funniest Place Names, And The Stories Behind Them

From Shitterton to Pity Me to Brokenwind and Dull, the Brits are known the world over for their wicked sense of humor. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the names they have given to their towns and villages. As a small taster, here are just six of them.

babbel.com
Nadsat — The Cryptic Language Of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ (And How Russian Can Help You Understand It)

Have you always wanted to know what Alex and his droogs are saying in A Clockwork Orange? Read on to find out how Russian can help you crack that code.

babbel.com
7 Everyday Roman Expressions You Need To Learn Before You Visit Rome

Why don’t you do like the Romans do and speak the local lingo: the Italian dialect of Romanesco?

babbel.com
The Most Creative Spanish Swear Words And Phrases | Babbel Magazine

Swearing is a great way to learn a foreign language and even achieve fluency. If you ever wanted to swear like a Spanish master, I’ve got you covered with this mini-guide to Spanish swearing.

babbel.com
21 English Words That Are Actually Greek (And The Stories Behind Them)

So, did you know you could speak Greek? With over 150,000 words of Greek origin in English, this doesn’t seem like such a crazy idea after all.

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