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I was interviewed on the radio recently regarding interpreting. One of the questions was which English or Spanish dialect was hardest to understand. My answer was that it’s usually not the native speakers, but non-native speakers and their accents plus lacking grammar who make an interpreter’s life difficult.You know, the language spoken by most people in the world is poor English… However, after seeing this video, I’m inclined to change …

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This week I was interpreting for two days during the works council meeting of a large international company. On the first day, the works council met alone, discussing internal things and various issues they wanted to talk about with the management on the next day. There were only two English speaking members, none of them a native speaker, but they didn’t say much, so we mostly had to interpret into …

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