Interpreting prices
Thread poster: R.M.Torres

R.M.Torres  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:54
French to Spanish
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Jan 12, 2015

How much can you charge for a half a day and a full-time day as interpreter in an International fair in Tokio? The language combinations would be Spanish or English to Japanese and vice versa.
Thank you.

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Andrea Halbritter  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:54
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French to German
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In my pair Jan 12, 2015

Well, in my language pair the price per hour is 60 to 100 € plus transport, hotel, dinner etc. So one day and a half can cost up to 1200 € (including nothing else). I think prices depend on quite a lot of factors though (e. g. do you have to prepare the project or not, where do you live, what is your language pair - for yours I just dont know...).

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A Isagizli
Local time: 11:54
Arabic to English
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note Jan 13, 2015

well ,
what did you mean by "price per hour is 60 to 100 €" ,
why the range is so wide?

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