Consecutive/face-to-face

In consecutive or face-to-face interpreting, the interpreter provides the interpretation of a complete message/sentence immediately after the source contributor has finished speaking.

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Telephone interpreting

Our telephone interpreting service offers you access to interpreters 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 150 languages. 2 or 3-way conference calls can normally be set up in less than a minute.

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British Sign Language interpreting

According to the Department for Work and Pensions there are about 70,000 British Sign Language users in Britain – according to some surveys, Sign Language is used by many more than this. Knockhundred is frequently called upon to provide professional BSL interpreting support.

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Lip speaking

Some deaf and hard-of-hearing people visually interpret the movements of the lips, face and tongue of people talking as a method of communication.

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Simultaneous Interpreting

Working in teams of two, our simultaneous interpreters sit in a booth listening and interpreting in real time. By using audio equipment, the delegates attending the conference or event can understand a speaker no matter what language is being spoken.

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