Tag: simultaneous interpreting

As I stated in a previous blog (What is the Difference Between Translation and Interpreting?), interpreting is an oral or verbal form of translation, enabling real-time cross-linguistic communication. This is the process where a person repeats out lout what the speaker has said in a different language. Interpreting takes on various forms depending on the context and … Learn More

This past week two interpreters made big news headlines, neither one of them was certified, but the reactions to them has been very different. The first interpreter (Thamsanqa Jantjie) has been decried internationally by Deaf individuals whose reactions have ranged from confused to offended regarding his “interpreting performance” at Nelson Mandela’s memorial. The second interpreter … Learn More