At most events -- particularly international conferences -- planners rely on simultaneous interpreting to keep discussions flowing smoothly.
Simultaneous interpreting involves isolated interpreters (usually working in groups or teams) who listen to a speaker in one language and then relay the speaker's speech in another language, as the speaker continues his or her presentation. The target audience listens on headsets, or in another closed room over a PA system.
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