Golden rules for simultaneous interpreting by Dick Fleming

Golden Rules for Interpreters starting out on simultaneous interpretatuib

Golden Rules for Interpreters starting out on simultaneous interpretation

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This cartoon is inspired by a series of YouTube videos about interpreting featuring Dick Fleming, formerly organizer of EU Commission interpreter training course and subsequently trainer of trainers. In this video, Dick describes the initial “golden rules” for interpreter trainees.

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What may happen if two BFF simultaneous interpreters met at the booth

Simultaneous interpreters at the booth

Simultaneous interpreters at the booth

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I have recently shared an interpreting assignment with one of my closest friends who is an outstanding interpreter and got the idea for this cartoon. This is cartoon is pure fiction as we did not have even a minute to catch up. However, I cannot help but wonder what if…

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Translators: beware of spelling mistakes during the Easter holiday!

Translators at Easter

Spelling mistakes during Easter

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Wishing you a happy Easter time with a little bit of humor!

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Phrases that get on translators and interpreters’ nerves

Translators vs interpreters

Translators work with written texts and interpreters work with spoken utterances

To see more information on the difference between translation and interpreting and the consistent habit of misusing these term visit ATA on NPR.

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