Off topic: Nightmare for interpreters :)
Thread poster: Dejan Škrebić

Dejan Škrebić  Identity Verified
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Local time: 23:58
English to Serbian
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Apr 13, 2010

John Moschitta, interpreter’s nightmare.icon_smile.gifhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeK5ZjtpO-M

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Williamson  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:58
Flemish to English
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Absolutely, positively, the word on time. Apr 13, 2010

Had experiences with both:
The airplane is a FedEx DC-10 in which I happen to have jumpseated in in my younger years and I've "met" such a high speed speaker (professor of economics who thought he was before a class instead of a conference) seven years ago.

Currently, I attend classes of finance and the professor, well, he should give class for three hours, but he manages to tell his story in one hour and 45 minutes.
Although a bit slower than in this "old" commercial.


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