Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
What are A, B, & C languages?

Your “A” language is typically the language that you grew up with and were educated in during the bulk of your schooling. This is the language and culture that you feel most familiar with and can understand and speak with fluency, cultural awareness, understanding of nuances, and grammatical accuracy.

What are A, B, & C languages?

Your “A” language is typically the language that you grew up with and were educated in during the bulk of your schooling. This is the language and culture that you feel most familiar with and can understand and speak with fluency, cultural awareness, understanding of nuances, and grammatical accuracy.

What are A, B, & C languages?

Your “A” language is typically the language that you grew up with and were educated in during the bulk of your schooling. This is the language and culture that you feel most familiar with and can understand and speak with fluency, cultural awareness, understanding of nuances, and grammatical accuracy.

What are A, B, & C languages?

Your “A” language is typically the language that you grew up with and were educated in during the bulk of your schooling. This is the language and culture that you feel most familiar with and can understand and speak with fluency, cultural awareness, understanding of nuances, and grammatical accuracy.

What is the difference between a translator and an interpreter?

A TRANSLATOR is one who renders WRITTEN word from one language to another. An INTERPRETER is one who renders SPOKEN word from one language to another.

What is Translation?

Translation is the process whereby the meaning, style and information of a piece of written text in one human language is reproduced in another written human language. For example, an English document is translated into German so that it creates the same impression on, and communicates the same information to, the German reader as it did for the English reader.

I need the services of a professional translator or interpreter - how do I find one?

Please contact the our office, and we are glad to pass on the names and contact information of our alumni, professors, and in some cases, current students.

Phone: 831.647.4198

What is the difference between a translator and an interpreter?

A TRANSLATOR is one who renders WRITTEN word from one language to another. An INTERPRETER is one who renders SPOKEN word from one language to another.

What is Translation?

Translation is the process whereby the meaning, style and information of a piece of written text in one human language is reproduced in another written human language. For example, an English document is translated into German so that it creates the same impression on, and communicates the same information to, the German reader as it did for the English reader.

I need the services of a professional translator or interpreter - how do I find one?

Please contact the our office, and we are glad to pass on the names and contact information of our alumni, professors, and in some cases, current students.

Phone: 831.647.4198

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