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I’m having to interpret at very short notice the next two days, so preparing properly is a bit of a challenge, seeing as I was called only yesterday to fill in for a colleague who has become ill. Thankfully, the topic is not entirely unknown to me and the customer has sent plenty of material, an agenda and more helpful information, such as names of those who will be listening …

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What do you mean “No, you’re not”? Well, if you’ve ever heard that “anyone who knows more than one language can be a translator and/or interpreter”, here’s an excellent video by Michelle Hof available over at A Word in Your Ear busting this myth (and also a few others) on interpretation. Enjoy!

 

My first time was almost exactly one year ago. And it was so good, I was instantly hooked. I just knew, I’d have to do it again, at the very next opportunity! And that opportunity was this last weekend. So I made my way to Hamburg – not without some moments of worry, when the train had to crawl along at walking speed due to “persons in the track bed” …

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… that there is all sorts of useful information regarding translation and interpretation on the website of the German Federal Association of Interpreters and Translators, BDÜ? Seeing as how I am currently on the road quite a lot helping people communicate, I thought I’d share what the site says about interpreting: Interpreters Conveying texts orally from a source language to a target language Interpreting is the oral transfer of spoken …

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Well, summer is officially over: School here in Bavaria started back up last Monday (yes, teachers have to be in school already on Monday), and what a start it was?! This year, I have one two-period class in addition to my other classes to teach, which also means that I have to go to school three days now instead of two, plus I get to be the class teacher for …

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If you ever wondered how simultaneous interpretation works, here’s a great TEDEd lesson on the subject – enjoy!