The line of work for an interpreter varies strongly.
Interpreting in general means the oral translation of a spoken or written text. It is important to note here that there are different types of interpreting, which will be used depending on the setting or certain requirements.
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the interpreter starts to interpret and translate the spoken word when the speaker pauses. This means that the time needed is much greater due to the time delay.
Consecutive interpreters are mostly needed for speeches and ceremonial occasions.
A special kind of consecutive interpreting is the so-called liaison interpretation. Here, shorter text passages are translated in conversations; this also occurs when the speaker pauses. This form is often used with negotiations or table talks.
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is probably the type of interpreting that is the most common one. The spoken word is translated almost immediately and simultaneously. This form of interpretation is often used at conferences, shows, conventions and meetings.
Officially certified and sworn interpreters (court interpreters):Request Court Interpreter »
are interpreters who have taken an oath in court and are authorized, as well as qualified, to interpret in court, at authorities and in police matters. They are subjected to secrecy.
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