Presenter: Sergio Peña
Trilingual and Bilingual Interpreters, Spanish speakers’ students in ITP programs who would like to become a Trilingual interpreter, bilingual/trilingual deaf people (Spanish/ASL; Spanish/Sign Language)
This webinar discussion will introduce the essential knowledge that is needed to understand the four major components of the Spanish language, word origin and how this helps when rendering it, word pronunciation, sentence and clause usage, and some of the writing conventions needed in translation skill. When communicating, language and culture cannot be separated, this is also the case for trilingual interpreters. We will discuss briefly on how to keep in mind that some customs and traditions are intrinsically interpreted through thoughts and feelings of Spanish speakers.
Presented in Spanish with ASL Interpretation
Saturday October 10th
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm CST
Zoom Meeting Link to be provided
BEI .15 Interpreting/Trilingual CEUs & .15 RID (Professional Studies)
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