A couple of different things surprised me about this podcast. First I wanted to address the "bilingual" factor of it all. People believe that they can be an interpreter or translator just because they are bilingual, when in reality that has nothing to do with it. There are many other traits and skills in order for you to be successful at this job. You can't just rely in your language, you need to be educated and trained for this job. This is a hard career because you need to understand different definitions and know the proper and accurate way of the language.