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Influential Interpreters in East and West Europe

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Influential Interpreters in East and West Europe
Interpreters have gone through a rocky history in Europe. From periods of time where they were revered and housed in royal accommodations to periods of extreme distrust and even death, interpreters have still played key roles in the development of society. Here are three recent historical figures.
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Categories: Translation, Interpretation, Cultural Services | Tags: interpreter , translation , interpretation | View Count: (644)
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When & How to Use Software Translators

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When & How to Use Software Translators
As with most software, there are simple and complex versions of language translation capabilities. Simple versions can be used by the average reader, whereas more complicated versions are made for the specific use of professional translators. There are benefits and downfalls to each.
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Categories: Translation | Tags: Translation , Software Translation | View Count: (517)
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Language Experts in the Global Food Market

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Language Experts in the Global Food Market
Food is seldom sold in the same area where it was grown. In fact, there has been a vibrant global trade in produce, meats, drinks, and processed foods at least since the early 1970s. The Middle Eastern region, itself, imports nearly 90% of its food, due to a combination of lack of water and contaminated land. All stages of food and drinks' import and export utilize language experts.
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Categories: Translation, Interpretation, Cultural Services | Tags: world food market , translation , agriculture , labor union , import , export , language expert | View Count: (670)
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Interpreters Speak for World Leaders

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Interpreters Speak for World Leaders
Have you heard of Sidney Rittenberg? He is one of many interpreters involved in international diplomacy. In fact, interpreters are key players in the international peace process. They effectively speak for world leaders to other leaders, the press, and their respective nations. Peace would not be possible without skilled interpreters.
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Categories: Translation, Interpretation, Cultural Services | Tags: international translation , interpreter , global translation | View Count: (588)
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INTERPRETING: A THANKLESS JOB

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INTERPRETING: A THANKLESS JOB
Being an interpreter is difficult. When done professionally and properly, it not only can it be arduous work, but it is often an unnoticed and thankless job. I don’t see anything wrong with it “going unnoticed,” however I think a job that requires this sort of skill set should not be thankless.
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Categories: Interpretation | Tags: intepreter , interpreting , simultaneous , consecutive , help | View Count: (669)
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Interpreters Making History in the Middle East

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Interpreters Making History in the Middle East
Napoleon took 15 interpreters with him when he invaded Egypt in 1798. He then went on to conquer most of the Middle East. Without interpreters the invasion would not have succeeded. How else have interpreters affected history in the Middle East and who were they?
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Categories: Interpretation, Phone Interpreters, On-Site Interpreters, Multilingual Call Center | Tags: Interpretation | View Count: (617)
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Translation Services in the Job Market

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Translation Services in the Job Market
Not only do translation services help people get jobs, but the service itself provides a substantial amount of jobs in the job market. In 2012 there were more than 26,000 companies that sold translation and interpretation services, according to the Common Sense Advisory (CSA) annual report. The market for those services was worth $33 billion. What does the industry look like today?
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Categories: Translation | Tags: Translation | View Count: (586)
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Historical Interpreters in MesoAmerica

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Historical Interpreters in MesoAmerica
When the Spanish and Portuguese invaded South and Central America in the early 1500s, there were several indigenous languages spoken. The main one and still the most widespread was Quechua, which is thought to have originated in the high Andes, but spread throughout South America. (There are currently more than 10 million speakers.) The invading Spaniards had little regard for the Native Peoples, but high regard for the precious metals they mined and processed into decor. As a result, there were...
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Categories: Translation, Interpretation | Tags: Spanish Interpretation , Portuguese Interpretation | View Count: (687)
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Hiring a Website Translator

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Hiring a Website Translator
So you have a website you want translated. How deep do you want to go? Just the website text itself or the underlying HTML code? If you are hiring from a translation agency, they will need answers to a few questions to make sure they give you the best translator for the job.
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Categories: Translation, Website Localization | Tags: Website Translation , Translation Services | View Count: (579)
Attacking Communication: How Intent Affects Understanding
“Where everyone is heard”. You can call it a motto, a tagline, a slogan or a mission statement, but since I started working for Dialog One, to me it has represented a belief; a belief that everyone has the right to be heard.
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Categories: Interpretation, Cultural Services | Tags: Interpretation | View Count: (645)

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