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Consecutive interpreting is a form of interpreting in which the speaker completes a sentence before the interpreter begins the interpretation. Essentially the speaker and one interpreter take turns addressing the audience. This form of interpreting is used in conferences, depositions, trials, hearings, and more intimate settings. Usually no equipment is used in this type of interpretation.
Simultaneous interpreting is a method in which the audience hears the interpretation of the speaker's words as they are spoken. It involves a team of interpreters communicating via specialized electronic equipment. This form of interpreting is used primarily in conferences, shareholder meetings, presentations, guided tours, etc.
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