Please contact us to find out whether we have interpreters qualified to provide interpreting in the languages you need.
Two basic types of interpreting include:
effective for small groups and one-on-one interaction, such as interviews, conversations, and medical consultations.
Consecutive interpreting is conducted as follows: One person speaks, let’s say, in Russian. Once he has finished, the interpreter translates what he has said into another language (for example, English). When the second person responds in English, the interpreter then translates the response into Russian.
better suited for formal settings, such as meetings, tours and seminars. In simultaneous interpreting, the interpreter renders the message in the target-language as quickly as he or she can formulate it from the source language while the speaker continues speaking in the source language. This type of interpreting usually involves furnishing in advance the text of a speech in order to enable the interpreter to prepare for the event.
Please note that we do not yet have the special equipment required for simultaneous interpreting.