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    You tell us the source and target languages and describe the topic and essence of the event.


    You submit any materials (presentations, reports, etc.), if available.


    The most suitable interpreters are selected: those who are experienced and educated in the particular topic. Materials, if available, are given to the interpreter beforehand to ensure better performance.

In consecutive interpreting, the interpreter speaks straight after the speaker. Depending on the event, time limits and other conditions, the time lag is either one sentence, one paragraph, or an entire speech long. Consecutive interpreting is used in conferences and meetings and for business visits.

You tell us the source and target languages. If the interpreting needs to be done in several languages, either one interpreter fluent in several languages or several different interpreters can be assigned.

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