Consecutive interpreting calls for the interpreter to convey what has been spoken after the source-language speaker has completed a section of their speech. The interpreter sits or stands adjacent to the speaker, carefully listening to what is being said and perhaps taking notes. As soon as the speaker finishes or pauses the interpreter conveys to the audience what has been said in the target language.
This mode can be used for press conferences, interviews, presentations and the like.
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