Interpreting is translation in spoken form. A professional interpreter acts as a language mediator, enabling two different cultures to understand each other throughout a communication process.
Large companies use interpreting services to orally convey their words in any language, turning to native interpreters who accompany them throughout business processes and ensure the quality and reliability of their brand image. These services are also required to deal with highly important matters in courts or hospitals, as well as to help tourists enjoy sightseeing visits or to assist companies or individuals at events and conferences.
There are several types of interpreting, depending on the circumstances: simultaneous interpreting (the interpreter works in a booth using microphones and headsets and interprets what the speaker says instantaneously), consecutive interpreting (the interpreter begins when the speaker pauses) and whispered interpreting or chuchotage (simultaneous interpreting without the need for booths).
Interpreting at events and meetings
Interpreting for police procedures
Spanish sign language interpreting
Interpreting for the tourism sector
Interpreting at hospitals and clinics
Types of Interpreting Services