Need to Find a Simultaneous Spanish Interpreter?
Determining which type of interpretation you need is the first step in solving "how to" questions of your needs for translation.
Simultaneous interpretation occurs when a dialogue between two parties is less important than understanding and retention by a recipient. In other words, simultaneous interpretation is the concurrent relay of translated speech to an audience that does not need to respond.
An example of a simultaneous translation would be the "whisper channel" to a select group of client recipients during a keynote speech by a politician or corporate executive. In the courts, a lengthy document read aloud might justify the use of simultaneous interpretation in the interests of brevity.
If your situation is such that a patient, client, or audience needs to be swiftly informed in real-time, without bilateral interaction, simultaneous interpretation may be the right choice for you.
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