Consecutive Interpretation by Ubiqus
Ubiqus, incorporating Eurosis, offers the most professional consecutive interpretation service available.
Consecutive translation is suitable for both:
Consecutive interpreting offers a number of benefits:
✓ No specialist equipment required
✓ Consecutive Interpreters specialised in the field of the meeting/conference call*
* Ubiqus does not operate a call-centre type of interpreting where a random interpreter is assigned to your job just few minutes after the request is made.
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- When is consecutive interpretation used?
Consecutive interpretation is usually the technique of choice for:
- Court hearings
- Keynote conference speeches
- Conference calls
- What is consecutive interpreting?
Professional interpreters invest years in training and practice to reach the standards we require.
- What are the Pros & Cons of using consecutive interpreters?
Consecutive interpreting is easy to set up – it requires no special equipment, no booths or headphones or microphones. It is therefore very portable and convenient.
Consecutive interpreters are most helpful where only two languages are being used (usually English and one other language).
If meetings involve many different languages, consecutive interpreting won’t be the right technique – in these cases, you need simultaneous interpreting.
The main limitation of consecutive interpretation is that it doubles the time of the meeting.
Consecutive interpreting does not happen in real-time as the speaker must pause to allow the interpreter to speak. And it relies on the notes that the interpreter will have taken so it is more subject to content distortion.