English with Kirsty – episode 169
Interview with Jane Eggers on using another language at work !
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In the last episode I was talking about my challenges and solutions when using another language at work.
Today I have an interview for you with Jane Eggers, who some of you may remember from episode 16.
Jane is originally from the UK, but she now lives and works in Germany, where she has a German to English translation business called Jane Eggers Translations. We talk about Jane’s transition from using everyday German to using the language at work, who helped her, and what role her second language now plays in her business – not just because she translates from German to English, but also because a lot of her communication with customers is in German as well.
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In today’s podcast episode I talk about 9 solutions to fix problems that you may have when talking about your job in English.