Spanish medical interpreters have helped Spanish people who speak another language improve their ability to read
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Spanish medical interpreter and translator Maria Estevez has been helping people who are deaf or hard of hearing by interpreting for them in Spanish.
Ms Esteves family have a daughter who is deaf and has cerebral palsy, which can be hard to understand.
“The only thing I can do for them is to translate their language to their English,” she said.
“But I don’t have the time or the money to do that, so it’s my job to translate.”
The family use Spanish for many things and sometimes they don’t understand what is said, so Ms Estevans job can be a struggle.
Ms Estevans job is a combination of interpreting and interpreting in the family. “
It’s not easy, it’s not an easy job, but I believe that if we do it, then there’s hope.”
Ms Estevans job is a combination of interpreting and interpreting in the family.
She is fluent in both English and Spanish and her daughter can understand it.
“She understands a lot of things, even though she can’t speak the language,” she told the ABC.
“She has a great attitude about it, and she likes to do it.”
It’s very rewarding.
“In February, Ms Estenves daughter started using the interpreter in Spanish when her mother asked her to help.
The interpreter has also helped Ms Estervans daughter who has cerebral plexus syndrome, which is a neurological condition that causes a loss of cochlear function.
Ms Escuevos family also uses Spanish for some things, like buying and selling goods and is often the first to see customers who are in trouble.
One of her daughter’s favourite things to do is pick up food in Spanish and bring it back home.
There are many reasons why Spanish is an excellent language for interpreting.
It is used by millions of people worldwide, from doctors and nurses to doctors, teachers and other professionals.
If you are having difficulty understanding someone, there are many resources available.
A website called Punto e Interpreteras en Español, which translates as “Punishment, Interpreters and Interpreting”, can help you get more information on how to interpret and help.
You can find out more about how to translate at Interpreting.org.au
Spanish medical interpreter and translator Maria Estevez has been helping people who are deaf or hard of hearing by interpreting…