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Famous Interpreters in Early North American History

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Famous Interpreters in Early North American History
There are key figures in history who served as interpreters during changing times that reshaped cultures. One that is well known in the United States is Sacagawea. In Mexico La Malinche was a key figure. Here are four well known interpreters with the year they started interpreting officially.
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Categories: Interpretation | Tags: famous interpreters , north america , squanto , la malinche , sacagawea | View Count: (755)
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Six Main Classes of Interpretation

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Six Main Classes of Interpretation
Interpreters for conferences and courtrooms have different set of skills and personalities. The social nature of each arena is different and so are the sets of words they'll need to use. The same is true of interpreters providing escort services, public services, health care, and those working with the media.
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Categories: Interpretation | Tags: types of interpreting , court room , medical , media , legal , business | View Count: (612)
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Tools Used in Translation

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Tools Used in Translation
There's a common misperception that translators know their languages so well that they can translate any document in their field straight out of their heads. In reality, translators have a whole slew of tools they use to make sure their translations are as accurate as possible. Here are some of them.
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Categories: Translation | Tags: | View Count: (575)
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Empowered By Listening

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Dialog One Podcast - Interview with Ginna Grussing about Dialog One's Empowered By Listening service
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Categories: Translation, Interpretation, Cultural Services | Tags: | View Count: (587)
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Translation History In Regions Of The World

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Translation History In Regions Of The World
The three major world regions that used translations extensively during the Middle Ages were Asia, the Middle East, and Europe - all active trading regions that were expanding and consolidating at the time. All three practiced loose, rather than tight, word-for-word translations, preserving the meaning of a text and the intent behind it. Each also focused on a different field of translation at first. Here are the major topics the three regions were most interested in.
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Categories: Intercultural Training | Tags: history of translation , intercultural training | View Count: (657)
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Benefits of Telephone Interpretation Services

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Benefits of Telephone Interpretation Services
Sometimes business and political leaders just can't make it to in-person meetings in other countries. Within a hectic schedule, it can be easier to hold teleconferences and have a telephone interpreter help with language clarification. Who uses telephone interpreting and why?
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Background To Look For In A Translator

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Background To Look For In A Translator
The best translators have a more extensive background than just knowing two languages. They have read extensively in both languages, are well traveled, and have insider knowledge of the field in which translations are needed.
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Categories: Document Translation | Tags: translator , translation , what to look for | View Count: (730)
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How Good Translators Translate

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How Good Translators Translate
When working with translators it helps to know what process they go through when translating documents. Translation isn't easy. It requires expertise in at least two languages, plus the subject matter needing translation. A good translator follows these standard steps:
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Categories: Document Translation | Tags: translate , translation , documents , tips , how to | View Count: (691)
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How Language Differences Affect Interpretation

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How Language Differences Affect Interpretation
When an interpreter goes faster or slower than the original speaker it usually reflects not uncertainty but rather differences in cultures. Different cultures have different priorities and their languages reflect it. When a target language has many words that describe different aspects of a concept, an interpretation won't take as long. When an interpreter has to paraphrase a concept that the target language has no matching word for, it will take longer.
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Categories: Multilingual Call Center, Intercultural Training | Tags: Multilingual Call Center , Intercultural Training | View Count: (739)
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The "DiALOG ONE" Name

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Owner and CEO Roberto Fonts talks about how he chose to name his business Dialog One.
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Categories: Translation, Interpretation, Cultural Services | Tags: | View Count: (652)

Customer Testimonials

  • Dialog One interpreters are well prepared for medical interpretation. They have learned what we need from our patients. Not every service has much medical training.

    ---- Margaret
  • I highly recommend this organization and personally commend Roberto Fonts, the Founder and CEO

    ---- Ann Marie
  • We found Ana very qualified to handle the tasks of the English – Portuguese interpretation for our week-long audit with the Brazilian regulatory authority.

    ---- Satisfied Customer