Consecutive interpreting is a form of interpretation whereby the reproduction of the translation by the interpreters occurs at a different time. The speech passages to be translated are grouped accordingly and reproduced at the end of a section.

2 Forms:
1. Unilateral interpreting: interpreting in a single language direction
2. Bilateral interpreting: also referred to as conversational interpreting; interpreting occurs in both language directions

Application areas: meetings, business meetings with foreign partners, lectures, festive and cultural events

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