The Sense and Nonsense of Simultaneous Telephone Interpreting
by Nataly Kelly
January 16, 2009
January 16, 2009

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The majority of telephone interpreting (TI) services are provided using consecutive mode, in which a person speaks and then waits for the interpreter to render the utterance to the other party. This Quick Take addresses the growing phenomenon of synchronous phone-based offerings in the marketplace and the implications.

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