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A person who translates one language into another is called an interpreter because they are explaining what a person is saying to someone who doesn’t understand. The process of translating from one language to another verbally and explaining to people at the same time is called Interpretation
Types of interpretation
- Simultaneous Interpretation –Consecutive interpretation is commonly used in small meetings and legal proceedings, including arbitrations, depositions, hearings, and trials. In this real-time interpretation method, the speaker pauses every few sentences and allows the interpreter to translate.
- Consecutive interpretation – While in consecutive interpretation the interpreter translates once the speaker stops speaking, in simultaneous interpreting the interpreter translates while the speaker is talking. Since this type of translation occurs in real-time, the interpreter quickly digests what the speaker is saying and immediately translates it into another language.
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