interpreter's research
Thread poster: Alexander Dunitz

Alexander Dunitz
Local time: 10:46
English to Italian
Feb 4, 2005

Hi,
where can I start gathering info on an interpreting assignment? I have a presentation for university on thursday regarding the interpreter's research and it's relevance to practice. I imagined a situation of an old lady that has an appointment with the doctor for a check-up, after a serious operation. (She obviously doesn't speak English) How can I start my research? Where do I look?
Thanks
Alex


 

Parrot  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 10:46
Member
Spanish to English
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I'm a bit confused Feb 4, 2005

You're interpreting a presentation on interpreting? Or you're giving a presentation on interpreting?

For what it's worth, anyway, this is one of the most comprehensive preparation portals. At the very least, it'll give you an idea on the types of material we work with.

PS: Sorry, the pasted link doesn't work. But search GlossPost by selecting any EU combination and putting "JCIS" as a keyword.



[Edited at 2005-02-04 15:56]


 

shfranke
United States
Local time: 01:46
English to Arabic
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Try this revised URL for accessing that website Feb 4, 2005

Greetings.

Try this revised URL to access and scout that intersting website

http://scic.cec.eu.int/DAI/

HTH.

Regards,

Stephen H.Franke
(English Arabic,
Kurdish, and Farsi)
San Pedro, California, USA


 


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