It is only possible to respond to someone’s wishes if they communicate their wishes to me. Which also applies to interpreting. Oral translation, or interpreting, is used in a variety of situations in which people of different language backgrounds come face-to-face in person. This may be in a Court of law, with the police, on guided tours of companies with international contacts or social work with unaccompanied minor refugees.
- Company presentations
- Court hearings
- Questioning at the police station
- Social work with unaccompanied minor refugees