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If you are interested in becoming an interpreter, you should take a variety of English courses, because most interpreting work is from a foreign language into English. The study of one or more foreign languages is vital. If you are interested in becoming proficient in one or more of the Romance languages, such as Italian, French, or Spanish, basic courses in Latin will be valuable.

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