Everyone smiles in the same language

Ibirapuera Auditorium in Sao Paulo

Portuguese & Brazil

Brazil is the only Latin American country that does not have Spanish as its main and official language, apart from Surinam, Guyana, and French Guiana, where people speak Dutch,...

St Paul's Cathedral in London

English & the British Isles

This time and age, it would be safe to say that English is the current lingua franca of the world – or at least Globish is.For sure, English is...

Floralis Generica in Buenos Aires

Spanish & Latin America

Spanish is the de facto lingua franca of Latin America.Spoken in 19 of its 20 countries, it was introduced to the continent by the Spanish conquistadores, and is now...

Southwark Bridge

MCL Terms & Conditions

Here is an overview of the usual Terms & Conditions to work with MCL Interpreting so that we both know what to expect and go about our professional collaboration.