Of course, it’s NOT WORD FOR WORD! Translation and Interpreting are done meaning-segment-by-meaning-segment. Trained professional linguists know this. Yet many laymen not in the field of linguistics assume that a “... [Read More]
*Legal Interpreting Survey: Friday September 5th, 2014 from 12:00-4:00 CANCELLED as of 9/4/14 From Arraignment to Sentencing in Washington State: Legal Vocabulary and Procedure -preparation for skilled interpret... [Read More]
You are invited to our Open House! It’s a fun and informal way to meet and mingle with TLE staff and with other professional interpreters. Come by our office for some drinks and appetizers. Please RSVP so we make s... [Read More]
We like to share some of our translation projects on the blog. This latest project is for translated subtitles. We offer many more translation services at The Language Exchange. Let us know if you would like a free qu... [Read More]
Translators write, interpreters speak. If you are working with written documents—a user manual for your German customers, billboards for a sales campaign in Argentina, reports ﬁled in Chinese by your new subsidiary i... [Read More]
Mr. Joe Tein, MA, Washington State Court, Medical Certified Interpreter and Certified Translator in Spanish, will teach this workshop for interpreters who use medical terminology in their work. We will cover only Spanish... [Read More]
Have you recently invested in a video to promote your business or organization? Now are you wondering how to get the most return on your investment? How about using your video to promote your services to your global ... [Read More]
Are you interested in selling products to consumers overseas? Are you running a non-profit website that needs to be translated for your target audience? Are you wondering how do you get your marketing materials and w... [Read More]
In 2006, Seattle voters passed a nine-year, $365 million levy for transportation maintenance and improvements known as Bridging the Gap. The City of Seattle Department of Transportation is bridging the gap in more ways... [Read More]
The Language Exchange does all manners of certificates – birth, death, marriage, academic – and issues them with Certificates of Accuracy and Notarization. What is a certified translation? In the United States a cert... [Read More]
The Language Exchange is offering a Survey of the Interpreting Profession workshop on Friday May 30th, 2014 from 12 to 4pm. This is a great way to learn how to subcontract with an agency, practice interpreting techniq... [Read More]
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Language Exchange is located in beautiful Skagit Valley, half-way between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia, a richly linguistically and culturally diverse corridor with ties to China, Japan, southeastern Asia, Russia, eastern Europe and Latin America. With funding from a variety of private and public sector entities, Language Exchange has grown to a regional center for meeting language needs. Our translation services have expanded nationally as clients discover our years of translation experience and unique northwest expertise.
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