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Rule 494

Interpreting is a low-impact exercise. I should not be able to hear your signs!

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L’interprétariat en santé mentale : les enjeux de la formation / Interpreting in mental health: the issues of training

Author(s): Nicolas CHAMBON, Halima ZEROUG-VIAL, Natacha CARBONEL



Cet article rend compte de la dynamique de l’Orspere-Samdarra sur l’interprétariat en santé. L’absence d’interprète pouvant entraver le soin du public migrant, le souci du recours à l’interprétariat est un souci majeur partagé par de nombreux acteurs.

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Rule 493

Although I eat it like a meal, Ibuprofen appears nowhere on the food pyramid. Trust me, I’ve searched.

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Rule 492

If coffee and Diet Coke suddenly ceased to exist, most interpreters would slip into a coma for roughly a month and a half.

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What is Interpreter ?

  1. In computer science, an interpreter is a computer program that directly executes, i.e. performs, instructions written in a programming or scripting language, without requiring them previously to have been compiled into a machine language program.
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Rule 491

If you try to structure an ASL concept around the meter of hearing spoken English all you get is literal translation.

The issue is not your skill. The issue is rhythm.

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Note from Uncle Dale: Does This Speaker Register as Distant to You?

Hello People my People!

You know when you are in the middle of a lecture, or even a chat, and you realize that you had assumed everyone knew what you were talking about and then suddenly it hits you-dead eyes, fixed smiles with the occasional slack-jaw; they don’t have a clue what you’re talking about, but you know that they should! 1,519 more words