درباره کتاب Interpretation
Interpreting takes place when one person translates orally what he or she hears into another language. Many people are confused about the difference between translating and interpreting. The difference is quite simple: a translation is written down whereas interpreting is spoken. The three types of interpreting are bilateral or liaison, consecutive, and simultaneous. Because the interpreter takes the place of the original speaker, interpreters use the first person singular, ‘I’ when interpreting.