Now residing in the beautiful Rio Grande Valley area of Texas, dedicated primarily to OPI (Over the Phone Interpreting), and Face to Face Interpreting as requested.

Tag Archives: Learning a second language

You know those times when your computer, phone or Ipad won’t cooperate, and no matter what you do nothing fixes the issue until finally, you do the old ‘ctrl’-‘alt’del,’ or you turn the power off and back on? Of course, this usually happens when you are in a hurry or behind on a project, right? […]

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Going on slightly more than 20 years now I have always been involved in some formal or informal language learning. If I wasn’t taking actual language classes, I was working with a private tutor. All of these classes were in addition to formal and informal interpreting classes, which by the way are not exactly cheap. […]

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In my final thoughts on the language learning series, the first one being David’s 10 Steps to Adult Language Learning and the second, Language Learning – The Mental Part, in this blog I will talk about being accepted as a speaker of your non-native tongue, which in my opinion is the hardest part. It took […]

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Yes, you can learn a language as an adult. I was already past my mid-thirties when I decided that I wanted to dominate the Spanish language. Whoa! Hold on there! That isn’t possible, so say the ‘linguistic experts.’ Only a child, according to these –inside the box experts– is able to dominate a language. Once […]

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