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Italian to English translator
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Quality English translation takes you to the next level
In an English study, 82% of those surveyed would not use a company that hadn’t correctly translated its online and marketing material into English.
Professional native translation from Italian to English makes you look good and reach new heights.
Non-professionals can’t do it. Non-native speakers can’t do it. Machine translation definitely can’t do it. The flow of natural, mother-tongue English bridges the gap between your message and a worldwide audience.
With two decades as a full-time, professional translator from Italian to English, I have translated around 7 million words!
Certified by the American Translators Association
I earned certification by passing a proctored exam passed by less than 20% of those who try. As a senior translator, I am now on the grading committee for Italian to English certification exams. Verify my certification with my certification number #453768. About ATA certification.
Translation takes superior writing skills in our mother tongue, the ability to grasp the feeling and intent behind words, and great research chops, vital in our excessive-information age. All skills I can call mine!
I am straight-forward, no nonsense, respond quickly to requests, and come through for my clients time and time again, even in a crunch. My terms and conditions are clear and simple.
- Archea Associati — World-renowned architecture firm
- Architecture and design magazines including Ottagono, Materia, d’Architettura, and Area
- Egidi Made in Italy — Leading dealer of antique and modern designer furnishings
- Cultural anthropology
Example: Articles for academic journals about reterritorialization and mapping in post-apartheid Africa
Example: Journal article about the sociology of sports
Conference presentation about the role of intuition in the therapist-patient relationship
Example: Journal article about the history of the relationship between the military and civil society throughout Italian history