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“Karine’s Languages & Administrative Services” was founded by Karine Chevalier-Watts in May 2011 to respond to the growing demand for private language tutoring, translating and interpreting services in French, Italian and Spanish. Realising that she could add value for her clients and their businesses by using her secretarial skills and experience, she started offering ancillary services such as foreign client liaison and relocation administration which were greatly appreciated.

The friendly, personal, flexible, and affordable service continued to attract clientele and demand for other languages led to an expansion of the business using linguists carefully selected by Karine to enable services of the same high calibre to be provided in an array of languages.

The team now consists of both English and foreign native speakers who are UK based, fully qualified and experienced teachers, translators and interpreters, all with the same high degree of computer literacy.

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We support organisations, through our chosen charity People against Poverty and Business against Poverty, emphasizing on community and children’s initiatives that benefit the communities in which poverty is rife.  “Karine’s Languages & Administrative Services” focuses its funding on programmes that relate to our strategic direction and reflect our core values of integrity, authenticity, and total customer satisfaction.

“As a Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists, Karine abides by the CIOL Code of Professional Conduct:”


Karine’s profile on the Chartered Institute of Linguists directory

Karine’s profile on the French Consulate in London directory


Karine at "Europe House" on 11th May 2017
May 11, 2017
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The Conference was organised jointly by Paul Kaye, language officer at Europa House, London and the Chartered Institute of Linguists and the Interpreting and Translation Institute with experts from the Translators Association, the University of East Anglia and the Association of Welsh Translators and Interpreters. The results of a recent survey undertaken last autumn among fellow translators in the UK were published in a report and discussed. Ensued a series of questions and answers between the present translators and panel members. The event was concluded with an excellent buffet of canapes and drinks served to facilitate networking among the translators in a relaxed atmosphere. Karine took part in the discussion, representing the industry of translation agencies and met fellow professional translators in multi languages such as Chinese, Greek, Portuguese, Polish, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Kurdish etc. It was a fantastic day, much enjoyed by everyone present. Big thanks to Europe House and CIOL, ITI for organising such a positive event.