Why are interpreters the best of friends?

Interpreters pay close attention
Interpreters pay close attention to what speakers say.
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Listening is the first step in the actual interpreting process. The interpreter must hear and understand what the speaker is saying to deliver the equivalent message in the target language. So, the first question you should ask yourself if you consider interpreting as a professional career would be, “Am I a good listener?”.

Being a good listener is not an easy task. It is not just about understanding the actual words, but rather the idea the speaker is trying to convey. This cartoon is a fun way to highlight the many superpowers that, in my opinion, interpreters have. I’m in awe every time I see them in action, and having the opportunity to do that for a living is just a dream come true.

If you admire your fellow interpreters or your interpreting service provider, send them this cartoon to let them know.

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Golden rules for booth interpreters: use short sentences

Interpreters Golden Rules. Use short sentences.

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This is the third cartoon 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.

You can also watch the video depicting all the golden rules for trainee interpreters here.

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Golden Rules for aspiring interpreters by Dick Fleming: express your ideas clearly

Golden Rules for Interpreters: express ideas clearly

Golden Rules for Interpreters: express ideas clearly

 

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This is the second cartoon 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.

You can also watch the video depicting all the golden rules for trainee interpreters here.

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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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