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Matthew Edwards
Matthew Edwards
Native in English Native in English
japanese, finance, banking, accounts, annual reports, equity research, insurance, reinsurance, marketing, market research, ...
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Bridgette Mitchell
Bridgette Mitchell
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, games, education, media, technology, clothing, localization, subtitling, culture, Japanese to English translator, ...
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James Plastow
James Plastow
Native in English Native in English
Japanese, engineering, IT, technology, software, hardware, internet
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Emma Ford
Emma Ford
Native in English Native in English, Japanese Native in Japanese
Textiles / Clothing / Fashion, Patents, Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng, Government / Politics, ...
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Rina Nozawa
Rina Nozawa
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
Japanese translator, Japanese interpreter, interpreter in London, translator in London, marketing translation, advertising translation, Japanese translation, Japanese interpreting, conference interpreter, 日英通訳, ...
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sangatsuyouka
sangatsuyouka
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
Japanese, art, beuty, film, photography, health service (medical), pharmaceutical, recruitment, poker game, , ...
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Tora Ealing
Tora Ealing
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng, Cooking / Culinary, Food & Drink, General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters, ...
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Victor Torstein
Victor Torstein
Native in Icelandic Native in Icelandic, German Native in German
North, dux, vikings, Translator, Translation, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, German, Spanish, ...


Interpreters, like translators, enable communication across cultures by translating one language into another. These language specialists must thoroughly understand the subject matter of any texts they translate, as well as the cultures associated with the source and target language.

Interpreters differ from translators in that they work with spoken words, rather than written text. Interpreting may be done in parallel with the speaker (simultaneous interpreting) or after they have spoken a few sentences or words (consecutive interpreting). Simultaneous interpreting is most often used at international conferences or in courts. Consecutive interpreting is often used for interpersonal communication.




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