In principle, liaison interpreting involves what is spoken to one, between two, or among many people. It is also quite similar to consecutive interpreting. In short, liaison interpreting involves relaying between two or more people what is being said. However, the individual sections to be interpreted are shorter than for consecutive interpreting. At times, the interpreter can translate on a sentence-by-sentence basis, consecutively or as whispering (chuchotage). No equipment is used.
Liaison interpreting is useful for small groups or meetings, one-on-one interviews, etc. It is also useful for when the interpreter is being used as a chaperone, perhaps for a visit to a foreign country. For liaison interpreting, our experienced, qualified interpreters work both into and out of their mother tongue.
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