Language interpretation consists in “Rendering a spoken or signed message into another spoken or signed language, preserving the register and meaning of the source language content.” —International Organization for Standardization (ISO) International Standard 13611: Interpreting: Guidelines for Community Interpreting, 2014

The most common modes of interpreting are consecutive interpreting, which is done at breaks during an exposure to the source language, simultaneous interpreting, which is done in parallel with the exposure, and whispered interpreting for a small target-language audience.

Consecutive Interpretation

Commonly used in one-on-one or small group settings, where our interpreters bring into play both linguistic and interpersonal skills to facilitate interactions between the parties.

Simultaneous Interpretation

Using reliable interpretation equipment, our goal and priority is to ensure accurate audience comprehension and satisfaction.

Whispered Interpretation

Usually without additional equipment, our interpreters will sit next to you to assist you during meetings and conferences, making sure you understand presentations and discussions.