Czech subtitling service

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We asked Andrej what it is like being a Czech subtitler, the challenges of providing an accurate subtitling service, and usually having to work to very tight deadlines. He was typically candid as you will see…

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Pros and Cons of Telephone Interpreting

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When our clients ask us about the pros and cons of signing up to our telephone interpreting service, we are always honest as the choice between telephone interpreting and face-to-face interpreting isn’t always obvious.

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Professional direct translation from audio or video to English

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Interviews are one of the most common methods used in qualitative research. Many researchers believe that face-to-face interviews are the closest to the ideal standard, or the assumed best mode in which to conduct interviews. These interviews are standardly transcribed or translated.

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Polish legal translation

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We receive numerous requests for Polish translation and many of these requests concern legal documents. Private individuals often get in touch needing birth or marriage certificates translated, or sometimes it may be a family-member’s will.

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Polish Interpreter Herefordshire

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We work with Polish interpreters based all over the UK, in towns and cities, but also in the more far flung regions of the British countryside. To get an idea of what life is like, being an interpreter in a rural area, one of our Project Management team asked Iwona to describe her experiences interpreting in Herefordshire.

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Is telephone interpreting always suitable for the occasion?

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Research would suggest that choosing a telephone interpreter over a face-to-face interpreter is not always the right choice. In particular, a study conducted in the States investigated the results of using telephone (and/or video) interpreters in a medical setting over on-site, face-to-face interpreters.

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Indian Punjabi interpreters in Bedfordshire

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According to Bedford Borough Council, Indian Punjabi is the third most spoken language in Bedfordshire behind English and Polish. No wonder demand for Indian Punjabi interpreters is high in towns such as Bedford, Luton, Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard, Biggleswade and Sandy.

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