Professional Interpreting: How to Juggle Listening, Translating and Speaking

Professional interpreting is one of the most difficult roles in the translation industry, requiring an immense amount of skill and concentration to listen, translate and communicate what exactly is being said. In this blog we will take an in-depth look at just how people learn and master this challenging role.

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Professional Interpreting: Image of a speech bubble made from people

Getting Started with eLearning Localization

The development of new technologies – mobile phones, tablets, increased access to the internet – has meant that learners are no longer restricted by their physical location, but catering to their language needs with eLearning localization is recommended to see best results, globally.

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An Assessment of the UK’s Relationship with Foreign Languages

‘But everyone speaks English anyway?’ is a common attitude in the UK nowadays, which isn’t surprising in a country that is notorious for struggling with learning new languages. However, with 70% of the world’s population unable to speak English, it seems that the UK could potentially miss out on important opportunities by not learning any foreign languages.

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An Assessment of the UK's Relationship with Foreign Languages

Being an Intern: Abdallah’s Reflections

From developing new skills in marketing to supporting the busy accounts department, learn what it’s like to be an intern at Wolfestone from Abdallah, who is currently completing his university placement with us.

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Being an Inern: Abdallah's Reflections

Happy International Translation Day: Our Translator of the Quarter

Happy International Translation Day, everyone! Translators are becoming increasingly more important in an interconnected world no longer divided by logistics. Although, they say a good translator goes undetected, we think it’s only fair to recognise the work they do to keep our globalising world spinning.

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Happy International Translation Day: Our Translator of the Quarter

Wolfestone Inspires Cwmtawe School to Learn New Languages

In November, we went to local secondary Cwmtawe Community School to inspire kids before selecting their GCSE choices. Interest was fairly low – only 39% of students were committed to learning another language. The outcome was more than we could have expected.

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Wolfestone inspires Cwmtawe School to Learn Languages