Consecutive interpreting

When language disagreement is no longer a problem.

Consecutive interpreting is when a speaker pauses so that the interpreter can translate to another language what he or she has said. The discourse is, therefore, split into segments. The interpreter usually stands or sits near the speaker and listens while taking notes of what he or she is supposed to translate.


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