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Question DetailsAsked on 7/25/2013

italian language translator. I want to find a translator to translate English to Italian for me. Thank you, F. Nociti

I have 13 documents to be translated; birth/death/marriage.

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Hello, this is Kiel from Angie's List. We don't have a specific category for translators, although you may try doing a search under Uncategorized Services. There are multiple sites on the web that offer translation and it may be beneficial to do a Google search to find one that best suits your needs. Thanks so much!

Answered 5 years ago by KielH

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In addition to on-line transalation sites (google this phrase - italian translator), you have several other options, some of which may or may not work, depending on how large a city you live in:

1) do you have a "little Italy" section of town - if so, try in a cafe or bookstore or the library - someone there may be able to do it for a small fee

2) contact your local college or university language department, and see if they teach Italian or English for Italian speakers - they should be able to put you in touch with someone who can do it

3) contact your local (if there is one) Italian Consulate - they should be able to put you in touch with a native Italian speaker who can translate to English.

4) there are spoken translator Apps for cell phones (same google phrase - italian translator, at or near bottom of first page when I called it up)

5) if there is an italian club in town, try them

6) try the local Roman Catholic diocese - they may have a staff member or priest who came from or studied in Italy and can translate for you for a small donation


Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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