Interpreting into all languages
We will assist you in your international contacts with first-class translations into all languages, and for your events we will employ qualified interpreters who can interpret consecutively or simultaneously – entirely according to your needs.
Consecutive interpreting is mainly used in the field of negotiations with a small number of participants and in court. Here the interpreter transfers the content between two negotiation languages. Consecutive interpreting transmits the content of the conversation with a small time lag, and without using aids such as a whisper system.
The speakers need to bear in mind that they should pause at shorter intervals, so that what they have said can be interpreted.
Consecutive interpreting by linguistic assistants (student native speakers)
Our linguistic assistants are not certified interpreters. They are native speakers or students who have mastered at least one foreign language very well and are currently completing a course of study in a relevant subject. For your needs we can use students who are either completing a course of study in a relevant subject or have equivalent skills. A useful and cost-effective solution.
In simultaneous interpreting, what is being said is transferred into the target language simultaneously by the interpreter. This type of interpreting requires technical support, such as an interpreting booth or a whisper system, and is mainly necessary at conferences, symposia and negotiations with a large number of participants. It is one of the most demanding language services.
The interpreter transfers what is being said to and fro between two or more conversation partners, and interprets individual sentences or short segments. This type of interpreting is mainly used in business negotiations, during factory tours or in court.
Whispered interpreting (“chuchotage”)
There are two different variants of whispered interpreting. With a maximum of two listeners, the interpreter sits between the listeners and quietly interprets what is said simultaneously. During guided tours the interpreter uses a so-called “whisper system” (tour guide system), which consists of a microphone and receivers. This type of interpreting also requires at least two interpreters. Whispered interpreting only comes into question for very small events or for negotiations.
Do you need an interpreter service? We would be pleased to prepare a quotation for you free of charge.