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How does an interpreter get specialized in other languages after having being graduated at university? I mean if in my university I study 4 languages then i want to add a 5 language...are there any course post-university for this? Because i heard there are interpreters that know 7 languages and I was wondering how it could be possibile if in universities you can study no more then 4-5 languages...

asked 02 Sep '15, 06:55

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answered 02 Sep '15, 07:54

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Thank you very much Gáspár now it's clear!

(08 Sep '15, 05:53) Rick
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