LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION - MODES
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LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION - MODES
The most common types of Language Interpreting are:

Simultaneous Interpreting Behind-the-scenes, real-time interpreting for conferences, large meetings and high-level official talks.
Whispered Simultaneous Interpreting
(also known as Chuchotage) In-audience real-time interpreting for an individual or small group of people who require interpretation into their mother tongue. Done at a whisper, with the interpreter sat amongst the target audience.
Consecutive Interpreting Small and medium-sized group interpreting. The interpreter stands with the speaker and repeats – in the target language – either a whole sentence, having taken notes, or in more manageable portions (often called “chunking”).
Telephone Interpreting Our more flexible service: a three- (or more-) way telephone conversation, with interpreters respeaking a sentence or two at a time.
Liaison Interpreting Suitable for more informal meetings between a smaller number of people, or perhaps as a chaperone for someone visiting a country whose language they do not speak.
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Types of language interpreting

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Modes of Interpreting Services

We offer the following modes of interpreting services in all European and all major world languages. Click on one of the modes of interpreting, below, to find out whether it suits your requirements.

Simultaneous InterpretingBehind-the-scenes, real-time interpreting for conferences, large meetings and high-level official talks.Whispered Simultaneous Interpreting
(also known as Chuchotage)In-audience real-time interpreting for an individual or small group of people who require interpretation into their mother tongue. Done at a whisper, with the interpreter sat amongst the target audience.Consecutive InterpretingSmall and medium-sized group interpreting. The interpreter stands with the speaker and repeats – in the target language – either a whole sentence, having taken notes, or in more manageable portions (often called “chunking”).Telephone InterpretingOur more flexible service: a three- (or more-) way telephone conversation, with interpreters respeaking a sentence or two at a time.Liaison InterpretingSuitable for more informal meetings between a smaller number of people, or perhaps as a chaperone for someone visiting a country whose language they do not speak.

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