We have ASL / American Sign Language interpreters available.
We have over 300 languages available in our Over-The-Phone Live Interpreter system, and the easiest client signup. You can be up and running using the system from our Mobile App and normal dial-in in 24 hours or less, and literally empower your agents, members, attendants, officers, staff, helpdesk staff, and other public relations professionals with instant access to live interpretation in any language in their pocket, on their mobile device, for when they need it. A very stressful scenario for the professional and for the non-English speaker would be to need this service and not have it. Well, it's here now. Simply sign up and get billed for what you use.
Jonathan Culler's work on language structure shows that you cannot achieve correct translation by focusing on translating "the words". You need to be fluent in local dialects and understand the culture if anything is to make sense.
If language were just one set of universal concepts written differently, it would be easy to translate from an one language to another. In this regard, Culler (1976) believes that languages are not nomenclatures and the concepts in one language (and local culture) may differ radically from those of another, since each language articulates or organizes the world differently, and languages do not simply name categories; they articulate their own. The conclusion likely to be drawn from what Culler (1976) writes is that one of the troublesome problems of translation is the disparity among languages. The bigger the gap between cultures, the more difficult the transfer of message from one language to another will be. All cultures have local idioms and mannerisms. Most slangs and expressions don't translate at all, so you need to find equivalents that convey the same meaning using (perhaps) completely different analogies which make sense to the local culture. In short, when you use Language Queen, we ensure the quality of your work is as close as possible to having been written by a native speaker.
Below is a brief list of our most popular languages; remember, we have them all. You would be hard pressed to find a language or dialect that we can't help you with.