Spring arrived and then decided to disappear on us in Northern California… but I have faith it’ll return soon! So… yes, Spring is here, and many of you are practicing and studying for various certification exams: so exciting! We support your commitment, so read on! Continue reading “Let’s Welcome Spring with Some Terminology Practice – by Irene Radillo, FCCI”
Do you freak out when you read your local police log? Might as well see the bright side, and use it to get familiar with terms you may run into in court! Continue reading “Crime Logs Offer Great Terminology – by Irene Radillo, FCCI”
Dedicated to our colleagues in Fiji
As interpreters, we must always strive to maintain our languages at equal levels. This is why we must become ‘word detectives’, investigating every term that comes our way and asking ourselves if we have equivalents in all our working languages. Here’s an exercise that will not take up too much time out of your busy life but will help you expand your vocabulary. Take on the role of a linguistic Sherlock Holmes – cap, pipe, and spyglass are optional.