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For the interpreter or translator venturing into a court for the first time the process can be somewhat daunting. Court hearings have their own nuances and particularities the interpreter may not ..
(June 19, 2008)
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The homogenous team is a thing of the past in most international organisations and companies. More and more teams are made up of people with different nationalities and therefore different cultures, ..
(July 08, 2008)
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Telephone interpreting is a fairly recent phenomenon and, as such, you may have many questions regarding the service if you have not used it before. The following Q&As have been compiled to help ..
(February 21, 2008)
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British Sign language (or BSL) is a visual-gestural language which makes use of three dimensional space and the movement of hands (and other parts of the body) to convey meaning. It has its own ..
(January 10, 2008)
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Working in an intercultural environment is becoming increasingly common. One of the results of such set-ups is an experience of more communication difficulties. Different approaches to areas such ..
(May 16, 2007)
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Getting a translation done can be a serious business. Maybe not if you are only having a brief email translated, but definitely so if you are dealing with business documents, reports of anything that .
(February 12, 2007)
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As more or more people from different backgrounds, countries, cultures and religions immigrate to foreign lands, those countries become an intercultural melting pot. In order for the native people ..
(January 30, 2007)
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