Clear Accent Interpreting
These are the types of interpreting we provide
Consecutive interpreting is probably the most required form of interpreting. When executing consecutive interpretation services, the interpreter has to wait for the speaker to finish. After that, the interpreter can translate the client’s words into the target language. The method is then executed in reverse for the other language speaker’s response. . Consecutive interpreters are frequently necessary in doctors’ appointments, hospitals, depositions and small business meetings.
Simultaneous interpreters offer an oral conversion of a client’s words into the target language at the same rate of speech as the speaker and at the same time, with only a few seconds of lag time. Simultaneous interpretation is specialized and is preferred for conferences and meetings in which a great deal of information has to be conveyed to a larger audience. Typically, the interpreters work in a sound-proof booth, allowing them to focus without external distraction.
Over the phone interpreting
For short conversations, telephonic interpreting services are ideal and offer immediate access to an interpreter at any time day or night. Clients are supplied with a unique access code and provided with a toll free number. This service is available in over 250 languages; callers can use this service 24/7 and be connected with an interpreter within seconds.
Video remote interpreting (VRI) is a video telecommunication service that uses web cameras or videophones to provide sign language or spoken language interpreting services. This service is provided by a remote or offsite interpreter.
Our main fields of expertise
for business meetings, consultations, roundtables, presentations and longer business trips.
for medical appointments, physical therapy sessions and Independent Medical Exams.
for depositions, trials, client meetings, and court hearings. We can also provide court-certified interpreters.