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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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