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What Exactly is Translation and Interpretation?
A short presentation on the difference between translation and interpretation, what the different skill sets are, and where a translator or interpreter can work at.
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Translation vs. Interpreting.
Video starts with the conference interpreter Toby Screech talking about and giving examples reflecting significant differences between interpreting and tranlation.
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Careers in Translation and Interpreting
The increasing diversity of the U.S. population, the growth in international trade, and even the booming Internet have created a strong demand for professional translators and interpreters. In fact, a 2010 report from the U.S. Department of Labor states that employment of linguists is projected to increase 24 percent over the 2006-16 decade—much faster than the average for other occupations. There has never been a better time to explore your options as a translator or interpreter. Learn more about ATA webinars: http://www.atanet.org/webinars/index.php
Translation and interpretation: the same?
Thomas describes how translators and interpreters work and discusses the similarities and differences. Thomas nos habla del trabajo del traductor y del intérprete, explicándonos las similitudes y diferencias entre estas dos disciplinas. Images©European Union MORE INFO ABOUT THIS VIDEO: http://lourdesderioja.com/
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How interpreters juggle two languages at once - Ewandro Magalhaes
View full Lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-interpreters-juggle-two-languages-at-once-ewandro-magalhaes Language is complex, and when abstract or nuanced concepts get lost in translation, the consequences may be catastrophic. Given the complexities of language and cultural exchange, how do these epic miscommunications not happen all the time? Ewandro Magalhaes explains how much of the answer lies with the skill and training of interpreters to overcome language barriers. Lesson by Ewandro Magalhaes, animation by Andrew Foerster.
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Bachelor's Degree in Translation and Interpreting
#somosUJI http://www.uji.es/estudis/oferta/base/graus/actual/traduccio/
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Translation & Interpretation Institute
Montgomery College graduates the first cohort of students from the Translation & Interpretation Institute. For more information about the certificate program visit http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/bits/translationinterpretation.html
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Why study translation and interpreting?
Dr Kim Wallmach, Head of the Wits Language School gives an overview of why one should study translation and interpreting. For more information contact Wits Language School: http://www.witslanguageschool.com/Courses/TranslatingandInterpretingLanguages/Translation/ContactDetails.aspx
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The Difference Between a Translator and an Interpreter
Certified Translator Sibylle Westbrook explains the difference between a translator and an interpreter. We learn the prerequisites, and the required skills set for each. Sibylle addresses simultaneous and consecutive translation, and why it is important to not be a perfectionist in the field. Company Website: http://www.awiseway.com Join Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/4O_iD Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AWiseWay Twitter: https://twitter.com/awiseway Instagram: http://instagram.com/awiseway Mission: To help people act, think, and live wiser through knowledge provided by the experienced and well qualified. A Wise Way Organization is dedicated to providing the world with the proper words of advice through video interviews, books, and written stories. We have developed highly valued material by interviewing professionals about their career, and individuals about their success in overcoming a particular hardship. A Wise Way is aware of the rapidly growing trend of learning both quickly and easily. The younger generation in particular, is interested in learning the most information in the shortest amount of time or what we call “INSTANT LEARNING”. By creating concise material under 5 minutes, we appeal to those who seek this method of education for their primary source of information. We know that with our condensed informative content, we are improving this new way of learning. Our committed staff consists of Humanitarian Award Recipients, highly experienced community mentors, and people who are going through the trials and tribulations themselves. Most importantly, our staff consists of individuals who have based their lives around helping others understand what it takes to succeed in life. We truly believe that everyone has the potential to share information in order to help others. You can help us reach more people by sharing our mission, participating in an interview, or by simply sharing our videos. Your support is highly valued, as any effort is a major contribution in educating and influencing others.
Views: 2001 A Wise Way
Translation or Interpretation
What is the difference between translation and interpretation? Let's find out! ---- This video was made and uploaded with Xtranormal's State To make your own movie, visit http://xtranormal.com
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Interpreter Training (Part 1)
Part 1 of a video correcting common interpreting mistakes. Body Positioning 0:37 Speaking in First Person 2:35 Never add, omit, or substitute 4:29 Handling Side Conversations 7:19 Part 2 that finishes the conversation can be found at https://youtu.be/9e_nIDJV-Lk
Views: 445549 Clarity Interpreting
Masters in Translating and Interpreting - Become a professional translator
http://www.mq.edu.au/ The translating and interpreting program is designed to meet the needs of those who have good linguistic skills and are seeking to develop professionally as translators or interpreters and to acquire a higher degree. The program is offered in a number of languages depending on demand and resources.
Views: 5945 Macquarie University
Consecutive Interpretation with president Obama
Is interpretation your dream job? Check this video for practice. https://youtu.be/XCbVvbH8qKI
Difference between translator and interpreter in 1mn / 口譯與筆譯的差別
Hello Guys ! As promised I will be uploading videos that provide more information about Translation and Interpretation. Check This video for the difference between Translation and Interpretation. And if you like it , do subscribe to my channel for more videos and share it whit your friends in the domain. Good luck on your path to being an Interpreter. https://youtu.be/qfc9QsIrhrs
What is the difference between Translation and Interpretation ? - Explained in Hindi
DEneeraj Multi- lingual services® (DMS) is a leading global multi-lingual company that offers the right opportunities to freelance Translators, Voice-Over Artists, Writers, Interpreters and Trainers across the world. We pride ourselves in the people who work with us. Don’t hesitate to drop us a line.We look forward to hearing from you MORE https://www.deneeraj.com/blog/
Successful Careers in Translation and Interpreting ( Very useful information you need to )
Is Translation and interpreting your dream Job? Check this video to see very successful experiences. https://youtu.be/WZ40I6MKhzY
How to become an interpreter.
Hello Guys! This video shows us how to get ready bofore we embrace a career as an interpreter.I will be uploading videos that provide good information for those aiming to embrace a career as interpreter. I am, myself entering a graduate institute next September 2016 for translation and interpretation training.Wish you all good luck... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9b21q1gAYLo
United Nations, A Day in the Life of Real Interpreters
"A Day in the Life of Real Interpreters" by director Sydney Pollack is an interesting look at the challenges of simultaneous interpretation, explained by Diana Liao, Chief of the Interpretation Service at the UN, and Brigitte Andreassier-Pearl, Chief of the French section of the Interpretation Service at the UN. Pollack discusses the intention of the scenes on which he comments, what he added after shooting and took out in editing and why: story, locations, and some technical challenges. © Universal Pictures
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Translation and Interpretation Scenes (The Interpreter)
Silvia Broome, an interpreter working at the United Nations in New York, will disclose an assasination plot planned a guerilla group in Africa. The movie will show several sequences in which she intervenes interpreting one of the most important details on the conflict. (Warning: Due to copyright infringement, this video is not owned by me, but by Universal Pictures)
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Working as a translator or interpreter: ask the experts!
This is the first of a series of webinars supported by the government-funded, national programme Routes into Languages. This session is about careers for linguists and is aimed at students, teachers, trainers with an interest in translation and interpreting for the private and public sectors.
Views: 22128 Routes into Languages
Interpreters and Translators Job Description
Interpreters and Translators Job Description
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Translators & Interpreters, Legal and Conference Translation and Interpretation
SPANISH SOLUTIONS LANGUAGE SERVICES Traductores, Intérpretes, Servicios de traducción e interpretación. Servicio de interpretación para conferencias. Translators, Interpreters, Translating and Interpreting Services. Conference Interpreting Services. Lista de servicios (see below for the service list in English): * Traductores e interpretes certificados por el sistema de Cortes de la Florida y la Asociacion Americana de Traductores (ATA) * Traduccion: documentos legales, traducciones certificadas y notariadas; cartas, contratos, manuales, paginas web, avisos publicitarios. * Interpretacion legal: citas de inmigracion, declaraciones juradas, mediaciones, arbitrajes, examinaciones medicas, interrogatorios juramentados de companias de seguro. * Interpretacion simultanea: conferencias, escort, difusion por radio y TV, marketing y grupos de enfoque. * Interpretacion telefonica: planes corporativos y para agencias de gobierno, comunicacion al momento con interpretes en todos los idiomas hablados en las Americas. Service List (ver listado en espanol arriba): * Certified translators and interpreters by the Florida Court System and the American Translators Association (ATA) * Translation: notarized and certified translations; documents, letters, contracts, manuals, websites, ads. * Legal interpretation: immigration interviews, depositions, mediations, trials, arbitrations, medical examinations, insurance examinations under oath. * Simultaneous interpretation: conferences, escort, broadcast, marketing and focus groups * Telephonic Interpretation: plans for corporations and government agencies, instant communication with interpreters in all the languages of the Americas.
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How to Teach Translation & Interpreting
Teaching translation and interpretation takes creativity. A teacher needs to be able to excite students about the process, and prospects, of translating texts into language so that everyone can enjoy the wealth of stories and ideas a writer wants to share with the world. Interpretation and translation go hand in hand -- if a translator only can guess at a matching word, he or she is not doing the work to find the most accurate diction to transmit the author's meaning to the page. Reference: http://www.ehow.com/how_8310503_teach-translation-interpreting.html Images: http://www.2m.com.au/ Interpreting and translation, intercultural communication, intercultural communication, audio translation
Views: 2305 Willie Akin
Bachelor's Degree in Translation and Interpreting
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What Makes a Good Interpreter - Language Connections Translation Agency
Hiring an interpreter is like hiring an extension to your team - that's why you should know what qualities make a good interpreter before hiring one. In the 5th and final installment of the interview with the President of Language Connections Translation Agency (http://www.languageconnections.com/) we learn how LC selects their team of professional interpreters. What makes a good interpreter? Language Connections focuses on hiring subject matter experts and trained specialists for our team of interpreters. Good interpreter qualities include intelligence, being bilingual, and being familiar with many cultures. Professional interpreters will possess a rich vocabulary, have great memories and be able to speak eloquently. Language Connections has over 20 years of experience providing interpreters for conferences, appointments, meetings and more - we know what makes a good interpreter, and ensure that all members of our international interpreting team exceed these expectations. Language Connections: http://www.languageconnections.com/ Language Connections Interpreting: http://www.languageconnections.com/interpreting-services/
Translation and Interpretation Services
Translation and Interpretation Services http://www.cpsl.com/ CPSL is a global market leader in localisation, translation, interpreting, and other multimedia language-related services. With more than 50 years in the language services market, CPSL knows international like no one else. We provide unique software solutions, making processes even faster, more accurate and fully scalable for corporate clients, businesses, and organisations. We innovate with you and for you. Contact Us: CPSL Business Address: 745 Atlantic Avenue 2nd Floor, Suite 253 Boston, MA 02111 United States of America Business Phone: +1 408-600-0707
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What is STIBC? - Society of of Translators and Interpreters of British Columbia
STIBC stands for "Society of Translators and Interpreters in British Columbia," and is an NPO for translators and interpretors active in British Columbia, Canada. This video was made based on a suggestion and request by a lovely STBIC board member, Ms. Rachel Enomoto. Interviewees: STIBC members Interview by Rachel Enomoto Narration by Ken Birrell, a STBIC memeber Script, camera, editing by Rumi Summer 2010, Vancouver, Canada
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Bizline - Ep34C03 Translation and interpretation technology evolves with ICT
Subscribe:http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=arirangtoday Thanks to a development in translation and interpretation technology, people can now talk to foreigners in real time even if they don't speak the languages. Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, or ETRI, has developed a real time automatic interpretation application 'Genie Talk' which recognizes voice and shows texts in a foreign language translated via the central server and communication. Genie Talk's automatic translation quality is the world's top level, more than 15% better than Google translation. Genie Talk is slated to add translation services for eight more languages, including Chinese, Russian and German, by the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Meanwhile, ETRI has also developed a multilanguage broadcasting service technology for multicultural families. Several foreigners watching the same TV can choose the language using the multilanguage service icon on TV screen. By putting on the ear phones connected to smartphones, they can listen to voices in their native language. Support for all the languages in the world will also be possible when a content is made in the future. We introduce you the translation and interpretation service evolving day by day with ICT technologies.
Difference between translation and interpretation
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The Translation And Interpretation Market
"The Translation And Interpretation Market", this is a short but most valuable video that any linguist both interpreters and translation must watch. The translation and localization market inhabit the most established linguists who have the ability to combine their technical skills, language abilities along with their unique personal experiences to provide their clients a Unique Value Proposition(UVP) that no other linguist could provide. This marketing and personal branding approach UVP is actually the only proved promotion technic to be able to sustain the test of time. I've personally been using it for a decade now, and it helped me accomplish amazing results. Take your time and answer the questions outlined in the video and make sure you commit to implementing them in your career choice. Next week I will show you how to use this UVP approach to build your personal brand and tap into the $47 billion dollar market. For more valuable insights and strategies like this, make sure you subscribe to the channel. We upload a new video every Monday 11 am New York Time. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Kyg40m2rkzq6IlU8GxzCw?sub_confirmation=1 Also, download the Ultimate Guide to help you enter the international facilitation market and become a cultural advisor and connector. https://mailchi.mp/d0a3d18b078c/camara-consulting Thank you for watching!
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Rafael Camacho - Portuguese / Translation and Interpretation
Rafael Camacho, a Translation and Interpretation / Portuguese major talks about his experience with the Department of Spanish and Portuguese here at the UofA. Produced by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Camera and Edit by - Nathan Mehr & Anaís García
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What is The Society for the Study of Translation and Interpretation?
SST President, Janis Palma, describes the organization and its mission. Music www.bensound.com.
Translators and Interpreters in Dubai and Abu Dhabi - Langpros.net
http://www.matteo-ippoliti.com Matteo Ippoliti - Italian Legal translator and Interpreter in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, in the UAE - http://www.translator-dubai.ae Qualified and Certified Translator of English, French and Italian. Project Manager of The Language Professionals, which is a network of over 2000 translators providing translation, localization and interpreting services in over 100 languages. Visit: http://www.langpros.net
second project of translation (subtitle) Lecturer : Mr. Masyhur
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Translating and Interpreting
Century College TRIN program
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Simultaneous Translation Equipment - Up Close And Personal!
We get up close and personal in this video so you can see Simultaneous Translation Equipment in ACTION - provided by Universe Language Solutions. http://universelanguage.com In this video, you’ll get a real close, first hand view of what an Interpretation booth looks like as well as some of the electronics that go with it. And of course, you’ll get a really good feel for what it’s like for an interpreter to perform live, Simultaneous Translation. To set the stage: For this event, Universe provided three Tabletop Interpretation Booths to support Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian. We call them “Tabletops” because they sit on top of a regular six foot table. Now, each booth needs to have its own Radio Frequency (RF) transmitter to broadcast its particular language on its own, unique frequency (channel). If you look close, you can see the transmitters on top of the booths or on the table next to the booth. They’re the little black boxes with the black antenna on top. Now here’s something maybe you didn’t know. Many times, like for this event, not only do we need to be able to broadcast the three “Foreign” languages… but we also need to be able to broadcast “English”! If you think about it, you can imagine that there will be times when one of the non-English speaking attendees will want to make a comment or ask a question. Well for that, we actually need a fourth transmitter – simply to broadcast English to the English-Speakers. Gets a bit complicated, so I’ll leave it at that for now. The next thing I’ll point out is the Interpretation Console that sits on top of the table inside the booth. While watching the video, you’ll see them on the tables between the two interpreters. They’re the electronic boxes with the blue and red illuminated buttons on them. Universe uses IC-2’s (Interpretation Console-2) made by Williams Sound. They’re pretty much the state-of-the-art here in the United States. And of course, you can see that each interpreter wears a special headset that has both earphones (so they can hear whoever is making the presentation) and a microphone (that picks up their “Interpreted” version of the presentation to send to that booth’s transmitter). Yeah I know… a bit technical but thought you’d like to know. Now moving onto something you really may be interested in knowing… We titled this video “Simultaneous Translation Equipment”, but that’s not really accurate. Here’s the way it is out there: The general public doesn’t understand the difference between Translation and Interpretation. So most people think what’s going on like you see in the video is “Translation”. But it’s not. It’s technically called “Interpretation”. Here’s the deal. “Translation” refers to the something in writing and “Interpretation” refers to the spoken word. Not clear yet? This should help: Exact, literal translation can be done with written language because the Translator has time to think. Time to come up with the most exact, meaningful “Translation” that is possible. But at a live event like you see here, the “Interpreters” don’t have time to think. They MUST keep up with the presentation. That’s why they use the term “Interpretation”. They say the most “More or Less” version of what they’re listening to that pops into their head at that particular moment. Quick example: If a Spanish Interpreter hears “It’s really expensive” in English. The first thing that pops into their head, at that split-second, may be “It costs a lot” (meaning they’ll say those words in Spanish). Both phrases mean the same thing and convey the same message, but they’re not literal, exact “Translations” of each other. To sum all that up… If/when you see or hear the phrase “Simultaneous Translation Equipment” what it really means is “Simultaneous Interpretation Equipment”. Anyway… Getting a bit long-winded here, so better wrap it up. If you like, you can reach Universe Language Solutions at: (770)650-0010 http://universelanguage.com We’d love to see your comments here. So feel free to tell us what you think. Plus, we invite you to subscribe to our Youtube Channel. We’re going to be posting interesting videos about all phases of Simultaneous Interpretation and a regular basis from now on. Oh… and BTW… If you enjoyed this video, a “LIKE” would be really cool!
5 Questions for a Spanish Translator/Interpreter
Claudia Tebay, a native of Argentina, speaks about the challenges in translating and interpreting between Spanish and English. She talks about her education and how she decided to pursue interpretation as a career. Claudia also talks about why it is difficult for translators to become interpreters.
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Translation vs Interpretation
This keynote presentation explains the difference between translation and interpretation.
How to translate and interpret
A lecture given at the University of Vienna, March 23, 2015, in response to a series of questions from BA students.
Views: 6184 Anthony Pym
Fernando R Santos - Translation & Interpretation Major
Fernando R. Santos, a Translation and Interpretation major talks about his experience with the Department of Spanish and Portuguese here at the UofA. Produced by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Camera and Edit by - Nathan Mehr & Anaís García
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Sample Lecture Module 1 - Diploma in Translation and Interpretation: www.aconcordia.com
Concordia International University Concordia in the U.S.A The very name Concordia has grown to be synonymous with excellence in education and the Concordia Foundation was formed in 2001, with the sole purpose of providing cutting edge education that is both accessible and affordable by establishing a network of colleges. Concordia International University was inaugurated on 15th August 2011 as one of the spearheading institutions of Concordia Foundation. The vision of our directors and their dedication to the cause of education combined with their dynamic approach to leadership has made a difference to the growth of the university. Concordia International University is affiliated to the Concordia Foundation subsidiaries and in the short period since it was started has grown into an institution that provides excellent technical education while keeping the overall growth and development of the students in mind. At Concordia International University we take our students' success very seriously. Accomplished staff, quality driven innovation and accountability are the reasons for the students' achievements both in academic and co-curricular activities. The university is committed to equip future graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to work and excel in the ever more competitive global environment. DTI(Diploma in Translation & Interpretation) is designed to provide in-depth knowledge and skill for bilingual individuals to pursue their professional career as translator and interpreter. Graduates of the course will have the necessary skills to begin their career in the said field as they will be able to approach English in a new perspective. A valuable experience earned from DTI program will become a great asset for one to have in any career.
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Affordable Interpreting,Translation and Transcription Services Los Angeles and Nationwide
Need a certified Spanish interpreter in CA or nationwide? How about an interpreter for another language? Contact Cal Interpreting & Translations at 888.737.9009. We offer personalized and affordable service.
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15 June 2016 - Formal and informal translation and interpretation for immigrants and asylum seekers
Dr Caroline Linse (QUB) - Formal and informal translation and interpretation for immigrants and asylum seekers As of 2011 there were over 50,000 migrants, who speak a language other than English or Irish at home, residing in Northern Ireland. Many of these individuals do not possess adequate levels of English language proficiency in order to access services. Research funded by the Northern Ireland Inclusion and Diversity Service was conducted to determine the home-school connections of culturally and linguistically diverse families in Northern Ireland. It revealed that there are a wide variety of ways that translation and interpretation services are offered for families not fluent in English within the school settings. Drawing upon the findings from the research in Northern Ireland, this presentation provides an overview of the types of translation and interpretation taking place in Northern Ireland; the advantages and disadvantages of each; and recommendations for agencies utilizing both formal and informal translation and interpretation. The presentation also includes references to work in this area in other contexts, as well as specific guidelines for agencies using both formal and informal translation and interpretation. These guidelines help ensure that the translations are conducted in a professional manner for all agencies providing services.

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