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    We offer interpretation services in these languages: 

    Latvian, Russian, English, German, Estonian, Lithuanian, Polish, Czech, French, Italian,

    Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Chinese, Romanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian,

    Hungarian, Hebrew, Icelandic, Greek, Slovene, Slovak, Dutch, Bulgarian,

    Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Kazakh, and others.


    Please inquire separately about interpreting rates and the necessary interpreting equipment and inform us about the event, time and place. We will choose the best interpreter who will research the theme and terminology in order to carefully prepare for the job.

    Interpreters translate orally. Translators interpret written text.

    Interpreting is usually used in conferences, seminars, meetings, business discussions, negotiations, video and Skype conferences, telephone conversations, and films. Interpreting can be consecutive or simultaneous.


    Consecutive interpreting

    When interpreting consecutively, the interpreter listens to a longer speech fragment, takes notes and during the speaker's pause interprets the message to another language. Today consecutive interpreting is often replaced with simultaneous interpreting; however, it is still used in various meetings (for example, technical meetings, business lunches, small groups, and excursions). Good, professional interpreters can even interpret long speeches with high precision.


    Simultaneous interpreting

    When interpreting simultaneously, the interpreter sits in a booth and translates every sentence simultaneously with the speaker with only a slight time lag. The interpreter usually works with one or two colleagues in a soundproof booth. The speaker in the meeting room speaks in a microphone, while the interpreter listens to the speech through a headset and almost simultaneously renders the message in a microphone. The audience in the meeting room hear the interpretation in their own language via appropriate channels. It is possible to switch between various languages or language regimes. Simultaneous interpreting is based on listening, comprehension, analysis, and paraphrasing. Interpreters can speak loudly or whisper (chuchotage).


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