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Common Mistakes and Techniques

Posted by Csilla Elam on April 6, 2012 at 1:12 PM 1299 Views

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Reply Brenda L. Galván
6:12 PM on September 4, 2014 
This is an interesting video that totally needed to be pointed out. We must interpret in first person because confusions may take place. Some time ago, I interpreted for a friend in Mexico for gynecological purposes. When you seat slightly behind/beside the person, the doctor would definitely focus on the person (the interested parties would be greatly engaged), but if the interpreter is placed in the middle, there may be even more confusion and distractions.