INTERPRETATION

INTERPRETATION LEVELS (as defined in www.mfe.hu)

  • consecutive interpreting: in consecutive interpreting, a small section of speech in the source language (one or more sentences) is translated and spoken in the target language, forming a direct link between the speaker of the source language and the listeners, via the interpreter. It is usually used at meetings. The interpreter is a direct participant in the discussion and translates the speech immediately after the speaker has finished a sentence. Such interpretation is usually conducted in both directions.
  • lecture interpreting: the interpreter stands near the speaker (with a clear view of the board or projection screen) and interprets each complete thought (i.e. several sentences) immediately after it has been delivered by the speaker.
  • simultaneous interpreting: the interpreter listens to the speaker via headphones, with a direct view of the hall (screen, speaker, etc.) and continuously interprets what is said into a microphone, as the speaker is speaking. Also known as conference or cabin interpreting.
  • whispered interpreting: interpreting, essentially of a consecutive nature, in a large group, where a minority do not understand the language being spoken, when the interpreter whispers or delivers in a low voice the translated version of what the speaker is saying.
  • technical liaison interpreting: in factories, during commissioning or repair of machinery or instruments. The interpreter provides communication between the installer and the user.

LANGUAGES

  • European languages: English Italian, German, French, Russian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Lithuanian, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Turkish, Romanian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian, Bulgarian.
  • Oriental languages by agreement – Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Mongol, Thai, Vietnamese, etc.

SUBJECT AREAS

  • commercial
  • banking/financial
  • legal
  • technical
  • medical
  • other business

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