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English portion of written interpreter exam

Posted by Legal / Medical Interpreter on 10/18/2009

There is great concern out there as to what material is pertinent to the english part of the written exam. It is necessary to study high vocabulary, but then again, that method is hit-and-miss … If you don’t know the word, then you are left to guessing…. But there is hope, there are ways to strategize….. I will include in future posts some links to high level english excerpts, and lists of latin roots for words…. This is good to know to be able to take educated guesses at words by deciphering their root origins.

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