Common Misconceptions About Interpretation

A lot of misconceptions surround the interpreting profession. Let us break down some of the most common ones. Agree? Disagree? Have a question or addition? E-mail us: contact@dlmit.com Myth #1: “I’m bilingual, so I’m a competent interpreter.” Fact: Many bilingual persons are capable of becoming good interpreters. However, being able to speak two languages is not enough. [...]

A Call To Arms To All Interpreters

Dear Colleagues I just came back from the NAJIT convention in San Antonio this past weekend, and I'm glad to report that it was a great experience. It was so exciting to participate in so many interesting presentations, get to see old friends , make new friends and be able to add to my 'interpreter bag of tricks'. [...]

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