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What is the difference between translating and interpreting? 

Basically, a translator transfers written texts from one language to another, while an interpreter does the same thing with spoken language. The two activities involve quite different sets of skills and require different training. Consequently, not all translators interpret and not every interpreter accepts written translation jobs.

texxtperts Translation Services only carries out written translations. The only exceptions are relatively short liaison interpreting assignments. Liaison interpreting involves relaying what is spoken to one, between two, or among many people. It is useful for small groups or meetings, one-on-one interviews, etc. It is also useful when the interpreter acts as a chaperone, perhaps for a visitor from a foreign country. Apart from notes taken at the time, no equipment is used.