Guess Who Marta Prieto Calambur Traducciones

Good morning, people!
Welcome back. Thank you for being here, today! 💛
My guest is here already – Welcome back, Marta! – and, although it is a little bit grey and foggy outside, her smile is brightening my coffeece. It’s amazing, I hope that you can feel it! 😊

Marta, what do you take, today? Coffee? Fine. ☕ Here you are!
Well, I don’t want to waste another minute, so let’s start the second part of this interview. First of all, in case you missed the first part with this lovely lady, you can catch up with it here.

Secondly, turn on ignition and… go!

• If you are not doing it already, which language would you like to learn?
▷ I would like to finish with German and learn Swedish or Finnish.

• Favourite idiom
Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining.

• Does your name have any special meaning?
Calambur in Spanish is a kind of pun you can do with syllables:  Plátano es = It’s a banana. Plata no es = It’s not silver.


• Favourite genre of music? Name your favourite singer or band
▷ I love swing! [ **The other roomies, the attendees, and me could appreciate our talented friend dancing with a colleague during the Gala Dinner organised for the IAPTI 2015 in Bordeaux. If you ever have the chance to find it, watch the video we took at the event. ❤ ** ]

Best concert ever you participate in. Name the band/singer and the place.
▷ Anastasia in Barcelona.

Can you share a song that is important for you?
▷ Bring me sunshine by Jive Aces

Favourite tv series – if you have one

Favourite film – if you have one
Seven brides for seven brothers.

Celebrity crush
Keanu Reeves.

Do you like musicals? If yes, which is your favourite one?
▷ Yes, The Phantom of the Opera. It was the first one I saw and it amazed me.


Have you got anyone inspiring you? If yes, who is your role model?
▷ Not really.

Describe yourself in 3 words
Optimistic, curious, day dreamer.

• If you could leave right now, where would you like to travel?
Vietnam, Asia in general. I’ve never been there and I want to!!

Where would you like to live?
▷ Each year in a different country.

Thank you, Marta for taking part in the series! Thank you for your kindness and your lively simpleness. I’m listening to the song you suggested – as it is your favourite one.  It perfectly summarises your personality. I hope that our readers will appreciate it as much as I did, because – knowing you in person – I can say that it is 100% *YOU*.
It was a real pleasure to have you here as my guest. Thank you so much for saving some time for us! I know this has been your first interview, so… I am very pleased and honoured to have been given the opportunity to introduce you to all our friends, followers, and colleagues out there. You rock, Marta. Keep going! 😊

If you enjoyed the second part of the interview, share it on social media using the hashtag #guesswhonesec and leave a comment.

Want to take part in the series? Just drop me a line and I will invite you to join me for a coffee.

Who’s the next  guest to be on the “Guess who comes” series?
Let’s find out next Tuesday.


Who’s Marta? ▷ Marta is a Spanish-English Sworn Translator by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a freelance English and French to Spanish translator since 2002 and an Information Specialist who has worked in different media and consultancy services. And a lindy hopper! You can find her also behind the name of Calambur Traducciones. Her areas of expertise are: librarianship, medicine and architecture. You can find her on social media: Twitter, Facebook, Google+ (Personal and Professional account), and LinkedIn.