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41 articles in this category (not counting subcategories)
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» Silence, on interprète!
By Gbadamassi | Published 03/7/2016 | Interpreting | Recommendation:
L'interprétation de conférence et le bruit ne font pas bon ménage. Dans leurs activités professionnelles, les interprètes font face à un niveau de stress élevé qui est souvent exacerbé par le bruit et certains mouvements dérangeants. Fort heureusement, il existe quelques petites techniques pour surmonter ces difficultés: chut ! on interprète.
» Challenges of in court interepretation
By Sonia Lindblom | Published 05/21/2015 | Interpreting | Recommendation:
When I first started my education as an interpreter, I learned that the interpreter is someone else’s voices. What are the challenges, then when decisions are made based on your job as interpreter? I discuss in this article the demands it stakes to your performance.
» Interpreter working in Court
By Carl Tengstrom | Published 04/30/2015 | Interpreting | Recommendation:
During my forty years as a criminal defense lawyer, I have both seen and heard many different kinds of interpreting. I will try to give you a picture of the life in court in Sweden.
» Log in, Masuk or Masuk Log?
By Portalkata | Published 01/5/2015 | Interpreting | Not yet recommended
“Log in” as a phrasal verb, is actually simply localized into its equivalence, “masuk log” or “masuk-log”. It should be understood as a single phrase that consists of two verbs, to enter the system by logging in a unique username and a password. Although it is debatable, here, “Log” within “Masuk Log” is not to show a literal physical log of a system. “Log” as recorded in both Oxford Dictionary and Great Dictionary of Indonesia Language, is to write a record.
» The fixer - 2014 FIFA World Cup
By Mark Thompson | Published 08/6/2014 | Interpreting | Recommendation:
Selling yourself as a fixer (local interpreter who accompanies a person or team to help with communication and organisation) can be beneficial. This article talks about my most recent experience as a fixer.
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