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Read our thoughts on the world of Interpretation and Translation

24
SEP
2019

Why ‘Waste’ Money on Interpretation?

Imagine if you will that you have a keen amateur interest in (let’s say) rocket science. You have no training or education in the subject but it really piques your interest. In fact, so much so that you decide to attend a conference where the latest developments in rocket science will be introduced.   Imagine then your disappointment when you realise that you can barely understand a word being spoken. Lights flash massive gantries, sound booms from banks of...
23
JAN
2019

How Interpretation can Help in the New Age of Automotives

How Interpretation can Help in the New Age of Automotives   I think most of us will remember the first time we heard about or saw a self driving vehicle for ourselves. Once belonging to the realms of fantasy and science fiction – we’ve come a long way since KITT. The automotives industry has seen fierce disruption as well as strong assimilation with tech. On one hand our vehicles now come with so many features and gadgets some interiors resemble a...
10
JAN
2019

Interpreting for Translation Agencies

  The languages services market is huge, and growing as a consequence of an increasingly interconnected world. Markets which may not have conducted much business with one another now do so frequently, and global mobility is spreading populations further around the world.   The result is an outsourced services industry estimated to reach circa $45 Billion by 2020.   The need for translation and interpretation will grow within all settings – whether...
02
JAN
2019

The different forms of interpretation

The different forms of interpretation Interpreting is a complex task – and it’s often misunderstood in its complexity. A literal translation of words is a simple task compared to a communication of thought. The highly skilled interpreter not only communicates the message, but also the purpose, emotion, and intent contained within it. This is done in 4 major different ways: · Simultaneous Interpreting: Arguably the toughest form. Often requiring two...