Translation and Interpreting

Interpreting has been called “the second-oldest profession” - a service required even before writing was invented.

And that is the essential difference between interpretation and translation:

Whereas interpreters enable oral communication between two people who do not share a common spoken language, translators use the medium of the written word.

Both skills require deep linguistic and cultural understanding, expert knowledge of the subject matter, and the ability to communicate clearly.


What do we translate?

  • Websites

  • Tourist information signs

  • Advertising material

  • Restaurant menus

  • Other documents on request


In which languages do we translate and interpret?

  • English

  • French

  • German

  • Lingala

  • Other languages available on request

And what does it cost?

  • We price each project individually

  • Our prices for translation vary according to the following factors: target language, content, deadline, word processing, volume of text

  • We would be happy to prepare a personalised estimate for your project

De Castro Interpreters

Nobody however can speak all of the 7000 languages that are spoken in the world.

My partners, De Castro Interpreters offer many of the languages I don't speak. They have 200 translators in more than 40 languages.

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