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- Zhu Hua
ISBN-10 1136029761 ISBN-13 9781136029769
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Study Cards on interpreters, translation, interpreting

Which two main types of interpreting exist?
  1. consecutive interpreting
  2. simultaneous interpreting
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What is simultaneous interpreting?
Interpreters speak along with the speaker.
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Which three types of interpreter-mediated interactions exist?
  1. after-turn translation
  2. after-sequence translation
  3. negotiation of translation
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What is after-sequence translation?
Interpreters interpret a series of turns by one speaker.
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What is negotiation of translation?
Interpreters and speakers negotiate whether translation is necessary or when and how translation can be delivered.
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What is one important factor that influences how turns are allocated?
The role perceived by and assigned to interpreters by speakers.
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What is consecutive interpreting?
Interpreters wait for a gap in conversation to interpret what a speaker has said.
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