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Interpreting with Deaf-Blind People - Trilingual Interpreting


Interpreting with Deaf-Blind People - Trilingual Interpreting

by DB-LINK on May 1, 2010
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SUCCESSFUL ADAPTATIONS FOR LEARNING TO USE TOUCH EFFECTIVELY: Working with Spanish-English Interpreters and Translators, 7.

http://www.projectsalute.net/Learned/Learnedhtml/SpanishEnglish.html

This website describes issues related to working with Spanish-English interpreters and translators. It focuses on the importance of accurate translation for effective services. It includes how to work with interpreters, such as preparing for the meeting, interacting at the meeting, and discussion after the meeting. It also describes English-Spanish translation issues and problem phrases with a chart that gives words in English with correct and incorrect translations. Designed for parents and teachers working with deaf and deafblind children whose families speak Spanish.


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