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It’s very easy to miscommunicate when you’re dealing with different cultures and languages. Language isn’t just words, it’s history and customs too. It depicts how cultures operate and communicate in acceptable and meaningful ways. what may sound appropriate in one culture may be offensive in another and can create a huge difference, especially in high-stakes situations.

A professional interpreter is mindful of the cultural importance of each native language and adjusts the original message to fit its purpose.

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