florescer [floreˈser] v. 1. to bloom, blossom 2. flourish,  thrive, prosper

Portuguese and Danish to English translation

 

Portuguese <> English interpreting

Consecutive or simultaneous,

in-person, remote video or telephone

 

 

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“Language is powerful, almost magic, and the smallest alteration can elevate a sentence or be its undoing”

Dorthe Nors, "Mirror, Shoulder, Signal," translated by Misha Hoekstra

The ipê-amarelo is the national tree of Brazil and the inspiration behind Florescer’s logo.

Jennifer Alexander is a professional freelance translator and interpreter, based in Scotland.

After studying German and Danish as an undergraduate, she lived and worked in Brazil, where she learned Portuguese and further cemented her love of languages and of tackling cultural barriers. 

So, while Danish and Portuguese may seem a funny pair,  that’s just how things worked out!  And she loves working with both.

Investing in good writing and quality communications for your project will bear fruit. 

One of the reasons Jennifer translates is because she loves writing in English, so if you are looking for help with content writing, blog writing, business or publicity communications of any sort, or you need a second pair of eyes to check over your content, do get in touch.

Florescer offers a direct, personalised service, with clear and prompt responses and transparent pricing.

If you need translation or interpreting in other languages, I may be able to put you in touch with a colleague working with that combination.

Florescer-Acerola

"It has been a privilege and a pleasure to work with Jennifer Alexander. She is a very competent professional, whose translations are of high quality. She keeps impeccably to deadlines, even in "emergency" cases, and is extremely friendly. I hope we will continue to work together for many years."

Constança Boléo – Vernáculo, Lda. Tratamento de Texto e Apoio Editorial