More specifically, topics include web-based corpus software, lexical priming and translation, a cross-linguistic analysis of semantic prosodies in comparable reference corpora, the impact of corpora on terminographic practice, the use of foreign words in translations, and a corpus-based analysis of disfluencies in simultaneous interpreting.
What does S/I stand for?
S/I stands for Simultaneous Interpreting
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- Sample & Hold
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- Shipping and Handling
- Stocking and Hardening
- Sued Herein As
- Secretariat/Headquarters Human Resources Office (US Navy)
- Shipping Instruction
- Signal to Interference Ratio
Samples in periodicals archive:
Simultaneous interpreting requires that interpreters convey what they heard several seconds ago, while holding in their mind what the speaker is currently saying, so that several seconds in the future, they can convey the current information.
Whispering" interpretation - simultaneous interpreting to just one or two people.
SKILLS & PERSONALITY: Simultaneous interpreting requires a high degree of skill as the interpreter has to directly quote what one person is saying, including tone of voice, jokes or colloquialisms, at almost the same time as it is being said.
The student-teacher interactive computer system allows tutors to teach simultaneous interpreting and students and teachers can communicate via e-mail or remote access.
Department of State has a three-test series for interpreters, including simple consecutive interpreting (escort), simultaneous interpreting (court/seminar), and conference-level interpreting (international conferences).
The building consists of three structures, comprising a convention building with a large hall equipped with a simultaneous interpreting room, a lounge building with exhibitions of traditional arts and crafts of Okinawa, and a reception building with small halls and restaurants, according to the officials.