Monday, July 16, 2012

That's So Blind Girl Translator in Parliament

That's So Blind Girl Translator in Parliament

Alexia Sloane / orange

A girl who has limitations in vision, but do not cover the ability to master the language.

10 -year-old girl was master of four languages ​​and is now a translator in the European parliament, he was the only interpreter youngest.

Alexia Sloane of Cambridge, England, had not seen her since she was two years after being diagnosed with a brain tumor while on vacation to France.

But although the conditions are lacking, this girl can speak English, French, Spanish and Mandarin, she is currently studying the German language.

He can fulfill his dream to become an interpreter, after a British MP Robert Sturdy invited to the European Parliament in Brussels.

" The minimum age requirement for admission to the European Parliament is 14 years. So Alexia became an interpreter at the age of 10 years is remarkable," her mother said as reported by Orange, on Monday (4/18/2011).

Alexia was born with diverse cultures, she is a descendant of French and Spanish, while a British father.

" He was very talented to speak and show his interest in early childhood," says Isabelle who also has a four-year-old daughter, Melissa.

Alexia has always dreamed of becoming an interpreter since she was six years old, he now decided to become translators at the European Parliament and get the award for Young Achiever of the Year Community Award. (RHS)

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