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Consecutive interpreting is usually for one-to-one or small group meetings. It takes place when an interpreter waits for the speaker to finish a sentence in the source language and then says the spoken translation. No special equipment is required by the interpreter. It generally used in the following situations:
Simultaneous interpreting is ideal for conferences, seminars and large meetings. Our talented specialized interpreters are trained to speaking and listening simultaneously (at the same time) than the speaker. They usually use special equipment such as a soundproof booth and headsets. The recipients wear headsets in order to receive the information from the interpreter. At inlingua® Princeton, we can provide you with the technology needed to make your event a success.
inlingua® Princeton offers interpreters in over 50 languages, carefully selected for their skills and experience. All of our interpreters are native speakers of the target language and command a great vocabulary in both target and source languages. They are professionals experienced in a variety of subjects from legal matters to mechanical instructions and medical questions.
All of our interpreters abide by our code of ethics with the utmost professionalism. We keep your information confidential and secure and handle every assignment with great respect for our clients.
We are prepared to serve you in a wide range of assignments and languages.
Some of our regular assignments include:
Our interpreters are fluent in many languages including: