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Legal & Court interpreting

Court interpreters are proficient consecutive interpreters or simultaneous interpreters with experience of court procedures. They always remain impartial.

Consecutive interpreting

Interpreters translate or summarize after short sections of a discussion. This sort of interpreting is appropriate for one-to-one meetings or small groups.

Simultaneous interpreting

This is the most difficult style of interpreting.  Interpreters listen and translate at the same time, enabling multi-national conference delegates, for example, to understand another delegate’s speech as it takes place. Simultaneous interpreting requires highly skilled interpreters and special equipment (booths, earphones). Used for Seminars and Conferences.

Whispering interpreting

Whispered interpreting (chuchotage) is when one participant speaks, and simultaneously, an interpreter whispers into the ear of the one or maximum two people who require interpreting services.

Ad-hoc interpreting

Ad-hoc interpreting is used for Conference calls, meetings, mediations, negotiations etc. The interpreter interprets for a small group of participants, at a pause during the speech of each participant.

Voice overs

Voice-over translation is an audiovisual translation technique in which, unlike in dubbing, translators’ voices are recorded over the original audio track which is heard in the background. This method of translation is often used in news reports to translate interviews of foreign language speakers.

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