Consecutive interpreting is where the speaker pauses after several phrases or sentences, allowing the interpreter time to relay the message to the audience. Usually consecutive interpreters are a popular option for informal and some formal occasions including: interviews, film sets, client-attorney meetings, medical, legal depositions, and photo shoots.
Simultaneous interpreting is when participants wear headphones and an interpreter listens to information and relays it while the speaker continues to speak. Typically, simultaneous interpreters are used in formal, large group settings including: large conferences, conventions, business or board meetings, diplomatic and other official business meetings, and tours.
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