Italian One-on-One offers in-home Italian language tutoring at all levels for adults and young adults. Because children learn language skills in a different manner and at a different pace, and if you’d like to expose your children to the Italian language, we recommend you contact the Italian School of Portland that specializes in teaching the Italian language to children and adolescents.
Italian One-on-one provides private, customized language courses for individuals, businesses, government agencies, organizations and/or couples. Each course is tailored to the particular needs of the individual or of the couple. We offer maximum flexibility to suit your needs. We also provide discounts on extended services.
Italian One-on-One offers translation services for multiple specializations and industries with the capacity to translate your documents, medical papers, personal correspondences, scientific materials, industrial materials, insurance documents, advertisements, brochures, and much more from the English language into Italian and Vice Versa. We have worked with hundreds of businesses and individuals across the Pacific Northwest over the years to translate documents of all kinds.
Italian One-on-One can help you to:
- Produce professional-level documentation in the Italian and English languages;
- Ensure that your business and/or personal documents are treated with complete confidentiality;
- Communicate more accurately with your intended audience in either language.
Italian One-on-One specializes in Italian language interpreting for a range of professional, judicial and social situations, such as hospitals, courts, businesses or conferences, to name a few. Whether you need an interpreter to call your Italian client, help in planning your Italian vacation, or a native Italian speaker to travel to Italy to represent your business, we provide all these services and more.
Our interpretation services include:
Consecutive Interpreting: It is the most common form of interpreting and is used in most business settings. The interpreter waits for a suitable break in the speaker’s dialogue before interpreting for the intended audience.
Telephone Interpreting: When getting an interpreter to a location is not feasible, we turn to the telephone.
Ad-hoc Interpreting: This is used when the language interpreter is asked to interpret only the most important points of a speaker’s dialogue.