About Interfluency™ Translation+Culture
For seamless translation and interpreting between Spanish and English (in both directions), Interfluency offers the world-class quality, personal attention, and full guarantee your organization deserves. We'll help you get your message across in the other language with all the ease, effectiveness, and impact you have in your own. And the deep cultural understanding that makes our language solutions so effective, we also make available via seminars, workshops, and other cultural training programs.
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If I were looking for professional facilitation of communication between Spanish-speaking and English-speaking groups in a business, academic, or other intercultural setting, Dr. Davis would be my first choice.
Eric Henager, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, Rhodes College
Your translation is impeccable, and you've captured to perfection the content and tone of my writing. I expected excellent work coming from you, but you have exceeded my expectations (and that is saying a lot).
Ana María Mutis, Ph.D.Literary Scholar
I have had the opportunity to work with Pablo Davis on several occasions to produce Spanish language translations for my company's medical training DVDs. I highly recommend Pablo for translation services.
Andy SprattOwner, Family Health Media
You were a pleasure to work with—professional, helpful, and thorough. Your work added so much value to these articles. Thank you for working with me on tight turnarounds and rush jobs.
Rebecca ParksSenior Editor, Gale/A part of Cengage Learning
3.4.18 Tonight, sometime around midnight, will mark the 300th anniversary of… well… how shall I put it?
By PABLO J. DAVIS Sunday, March 4, 2018 Tonight marks an extraordinary anniversary… of an extremely ordinary event, one that occurs millions of times a day around the world. ...
12.20.17 Drinking a unique toast
Enlace para español/ Click here for Spanish Dear reader, In this season, many a glass is raised and “toasts” offered. The word seems to come from an old custom of using spiced ...
12.10.17 The violent alienation of “ajeno”
Enlace para español/Click here for Spanish Dear reader, Recently your faithful servant stumbled across a recording of a song he had heard from time to time, but has now had a chance ...