Natalia Chesnokova

My name is Natalia. I am a certified Russian-English interpreter, translator, and English / Russian language instructor. For more details »contact me«

  • Professional interpreting over the phone, online, and in person.
  • Translation for a variety of industries and checking for grammar, style, and punctuation.
  • Private tutoring for adults and children. Personal approach to teaching languages. Let’s practice speaking, reading, and writing in English or Russian together!
  • TOEFL test preparation and practice tests. Make college ambitions a reality!

I lived in the USA for 20 years from 1998 to 2018 and worked with such companies as LanguageLine Solutions, Asian American Center of Frederick, Frederick County Public Schools, Frederick Memorial Hospital, Transcend Services, Inc., and AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions. I participated in the Work and Travel USA program, Toastmasters International, and Literacy Council of Frederick County, Maryland.

In 2018 I worked for the “Expert” Translation Agency. Since 2019 I teach English online in Skyeng Language School and provide tutoring to groups and individuals. I have a Certificate in Advanced EnglishC1 Advanced provided by Cambridge Assessment English and have a native level – C2 in the Use of English.

I will be happy to share my language skills and expertise with you.

Перевод для Калининградского Областного Музея Изобразительных Искусств
Translation for the exhibition of Nina Krymova “50”
Перевод к выставке художницы Н. Крымовой “50”

N. Krymova
Peach branch. Symbol of childhood
Kaliningrad 2019.
Canvas, Oil,
80 x 80 cm

I was born at a time when gardens bloom in the South. An old apricot tree was growing in the center of our small vegetable garden. In the spring it dressed up in a whitish-pink blossoms hat, in which bees swarmed. In the summer it gave us presents of large orange fruits. Dad dried apricot slices and seeds on large metal sheets. Mom cooked apricot jam and filled up big three-liter jars. My sisters and I made a treehouse in the strong, sprawling branches. On weekends, guests came to visit us and picked apricots to eat and make a compote. In the fall, with the first frost, the leaves shaped like hearts turned bright yellow and evenly covered the ground in a carpet-like fashion around the old tree.
What a beautiful sight! It was in Kerch, in the 70-es.