"The nicest compliment for an interpreter: that the two head of states thought they were communicating directly."
-- Annelie Lehnhardt, Head of the Interpreting Services at the German Foreign Office
Interpreting and Translation are often confused. However, there is one big difference: translators usually work with written text, while interpreters translate the spoken word orally into their mother tongue. The thing in common? Both require a great love and interest for other languages and cultures.
My working languages
- Public Service Interpreter
- Travel Interpreter: accompanying groups with spanish visitors or clients
- Liaison interpreting: interpreting at negotiations where few people are present and between two languages
All translation services are billed by the hour or day depending on the required service.
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