Simultaneous vs. Consecutive Interpretation

What is simultaneous interpretation? The speaker's voice is interpreted at the same time he or she is speaking, with minimal delay. Simultaneous interpretation requires specialized equipment and engineers for installation and monitoring. Delegates listen to the language of their choice using headsets connected to multi-channel wireless receivers. Teams of highly trained multilingual interpreters work in soundproof booths. Simultaneous interpretation is most commonly used for large meetings an

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