This course provides you with an introduction to the theory and practice of simultaneous interpreting in international conference settings. You will learn how to interpret with the use of electronic equipment (conference interpreting) and, to a lesser degree, without (e.g. chuchotage, or 'whispered simultaneous' used during round-table negotiations, liaison interpreting and in court). You will acquire techniques of simultaneous interpreting, such as reformulation, condensation, anticipation etc. Topics include those common in international conferences and international organisations, and other settings where chuchotage is required.
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