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For our very first Ask Us Anything episode, we received a ton of questions that kept you up at night. From speedy speakers to ABC language combinations, Analysis of the trouble with fries to your gut feeling and creating interpreting standards in the Arabic interpreting world - you sent us a wide range of questions that we relished in answering!
Thanks again to everyone who contributed to this episode and let us know what you thought of our answers and if you have any other questions for a potential "Ask Us Anything - Part 2" episode! Surely, it's not like in depth analysis of the voice-to-ear-span or complex and highly complex communication models help you be a better interpreter "out in the field", right?
Let us know what you think and let's continue the conversation! Interpreter and professional funnyman Matthew Perret joins the Troublesome Terps to shine a light on what silk purses, Mae West and German structure have to do with putting the fun in fundamentally difficult to interpret jokes.
After all, not all jokes are a laughing matter! Jonathan and the Alexes discuss the pros and cons of plane vs. So buckle up, join us on this wild ride and let us know how YOU travel!
Caroline not only has a PhD in emotion psychology, but also a keen interest in the influence of emotions on interpreters and the interplay between them and our performance in the workplace.
A heady and insightful episode! Professional Associations For Interpreters: What can associations do for the interpreters, but also vice versa: How can conference interpreters contribute to a productive life in associations?
Together, we discuss why it is absolutely worth joining an association, why wer are stronger together and talk about some very interesting projects, that AIIC and VKD have been working on, some of them even representing a collaboration between two of the largest conference interpreting associations.
Real Professions Have Professional Associations! What do professional associations actually do for the interpreting community and why should interpreters care?
They both provide fascinating insights into the projects professional bodies take on, the work that goes into it, why we should care and why it matters. Don't miss out on the this interesting topic and feel free to join the discussion!
This month, the Terps are looking for trouble with the tasty Vocal Fries! Together with Vocal Fries hosts Carrie Gillon and Megan Figueroa, Jonathan and the Alexes discuss a wide variety of different topics from linguistic discrimination to gendered language to code switching and what's up with French in Canada or with Spanish in Arizona.
In this episode we really get down to business! Both Judy and Ewan share their insights into what makes clients tick, and discuss with the Troublesome Terps how to assert your service's worth and be the best entrepreneurial interpreter you can be.
We talk about the episodes we put out in and about trends and developments in the interpreting space. The very first edition of our Tops and Flops Awards! In this webinar, we tackle the controversial topic of Machine Interpreting. Many people in our industry are wondering whether it is only a matter of time before interpreters made of flesh and blood will be replaced by machines.
Jonathan and the two Alexanders confront the ghosts of interpreting past, present and future and give their two cents or pence, plus VAT on how technological progress will impact professional interpreters. She has completed a part-time MA in translation studies and written a dissertation about public service interpreters in health settings, particularly emotional difficulties and coping strategies.
Justine and the Troublesome Terps discuss the mental health that interpreters can face in their profession.We believe that although Evolve Cat Food does contain a moderate level of carbohydrates, it still has the makings of a highly nutritious and tasty cat food.
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Each formula lists chicken and chicken meal as the first two ingredients, meaning it is high in beneficial proteins. The formulas also include live active enzymes for added. Publications. This page provides a reference list in Word and PDF formats, an RSS feed for new publications, a link to browse/search through all Alexandra's publications in the literature database.
Now we come to the first of several controversial themes in The Shining – the genocide of Native Americans in early US history. I covered this topic extensively in my previous analysis, in fact it was the main premise of the review, but due to the greatly extended length of this current analysis, the genocide theme will cease to be my central contention about the film’s meaning.
Malcolm Gladwell’s article “The Trouble with Fries” is about a very invasive topic. Fast Food is killing us. Can it be fixed?
Although his thesis statement isn’t exactly clear, he effectively uses evidence to convince his audience that a nutrition movement is needed especially for fast food. They took some hand made fries and a hand made fresh food hamburger and put then in their own glass jars, and the same with a burger and fries from McD's.
The hand made preservative free food broke down and decomposed and rotted pretty quick, but the McD's lasted months. Rally's was born out of the idea that boring and bland have no place in the burger world. That's why we've been slinging the best burgers, crispiest fries, and the /52 Yelp reviews.