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09 August 2012

Translator and Interpreter in Rome: In an Olive Oil Fabric

If you think that the work of Translator and Interpreter from / to Italian and Russian consists in observing sightseeings and visiting restaurants with the best clothes and jewelry on, you are wrong. Even if the wide range of vocabulary and the most incredible knowledges required by the clients during such nice walks and dinners could baffle everybody. For example, I can guide tourists in practically any place of Campania (and believe me, not every guide is able to do it since many are specialized in one or only some tourist objects), but I do not know Rome as a tourist guide has to know it. So it was hard for me to be a guide in Rome, I have to admit.

Fortunately, there are not such problems when you translate partners in a fabric. They speak and explain everything themselves. You have only the task to interpret their speeches as better as possible. In the way not to create misunderstandings. And Italian language is one of the easiest in this sense, I think. Italians like to speak with the hands. :-)))

Translator, Interpreter From / To Italian Russian

Translator, Interpreter From / To Italian Russian

Translator, Interpreter From / To Italian Russian

Translator, Interpreter From / To Italian Russian

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