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  • Alanah Reynor
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself I’m Alanah, born and raised in the UK and lucky to hold dual nationality in the UK and Belgium. Growing up, I spoke both English and Flemish at home and started taking French classes when I was five. I picked up Spanish and German at high school and continuedContinue reading “Alanah Reynor”
  • Maïlys Lejosne-Le Calvez
    Bonjour ! Quelques mots pour te présenter ? Je m’appelle Maïlys Lejosne-Le Calvez, je suis française et j’habite dans la banlieue de Lille, dans le nord de la France. Je suis ingénieure procédés de formation et me suis reconvertie dans la traduction en 2017 après avoir travaillé sept ans dans l’industrie, à l’international. Interprétation ou traduction –Continue reading “Maïlys Lejosne-Le Calvez”
  • Julia Maitland
    Who are you? Please introduce yourselfMy name is Julia Maitland. I grew up in London then studied at Sheffield University. After that I moved to Lyon, France where I have been a freelance translator for over 20 years. Do you translate, interpret, or both? What are your areas of specialism?I only translate. I admire interpretersContinue reading “Julia Maitland”
  • Grite (Marguerite) Storm
    Who are you? Please introduce yourselfI’m a French-speaking Belgian citizen living in the USA since 1996. I’ve been a freelance translator since 2000. English to French and Dutch to French. Do you translate, interpret, or both? What are your areas of specialism?I’m a translator. I also do volunteer consecutive interpreting in English and French. RegardingContinue reading “Grite (Marguerite) Storm”

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  • My summer of sport
    By Sarah Bowyer This summer was a bumper season for sport, with several tournaments rolled over from last year finally taking place. I’m sure I’m not the only one who spent far too much time in front of the TV being an armchair fan! This time, however, I could claim a professional interest since IContinue reading “My summer of sport”