Consecutive interpretation

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013 @ 11:58AM

A style of interpretation where the interpreter speaks into the target language one sentence or phrase at a time, i.e., the speaker stops speaking between phrases to let the interpreter catch up. Usually done when technology for simultaneous interpretation is not available, or if the interpreter or speaker prefers this style.

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