Simultaneous Interpreting

Simultaneous interpreting is a type of interpreting characterized by uttering the translated text simultaneously with the sound of the source text. Such interpreting is done by two (or more) interpreters working by turns in a booth, and the translated text is transmitted to the audience’s earphones using special equipment. Simultaneous interpreting is used at large-scale events to save time. A distinguishing feature of this type of interpreting is, first and foremost, very tight time limits: a simultaneous interpreter has as much time as the speaker talks. We are ready to offer you not only excellent personnel (competent simultaneous interpreters with a long-term experience) but also proper modern equipment necessary for this type of interpreting.

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