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Danish Interpreting

We have a highly qualified team of Danish interpreters. Interpreting refers to the translation of signed language or spoken words into a target language for the purpose of facilitating live communication between two or more people.

At Universal Language Solutions, our highly experienced Danish interpreters facilitate communication with the verbal rendition of languages for meetings, conferences, court hearings, HR reviews, formal assessments, training sessions, film shoots and many other scenarios. We also supply and install the necessary equipment including sound insulated booths, sound consoles, microphones and headsets.

There are different types of interpretation of which Simultaneous Interpreting and Consecutive Interpretation are the most common ones. While simultaneous interpreters translate the spoken messages almost instantaneously, as the speaker is speaking, consecutive interpreters translate the messages as and when the speaker pauses to allow interpretation.

Up until the end of World War II, consecutive interpreting was the preferred mode of interpretation. Nuremberg war trials of 1945 are regarded as the first large scale international usage of simultaneous interpreting in several languages. But what led to the successful entry of simultaneous interpretation in the international landscape were three events of huge international importance. First, the founding of the United Nations in 1945, second, the establishment of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 1949, and third, the establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community in 1952.

As United Nations had allowed discussions to happen in five official languages which were, Chinese, French, English, Russian and Spanish, simultaneous interpretation during such meetings had become a necessity. However it was the rapid expansion of European communities, which held almost 9000 meetings every year in 9 languages, that helped propagate and sky rocket the need of armies of simultaneous interpreters. Further due to technological advancements such as the widespread use of televisions, where seconds counted and additional time needed for consecutive interpreting was disliked, simultaneous interpreting further advanced and gained importance.

Simultaneous Interpreting

Simultaneous interpretation allows communication of speech from one language to another in real time. It allows multi lingual presentations and conversations to flow naturally and without delay. Listeners of simultaneously interpreted speech generally use wireless audio receivers to hear the translated speech. This unique advantage of simultaneous interpreting over consecutive interpreting has helped fuel its dramatic gitemth in all spheres of interpretation, including multilingual conferences of international organizations or during multilingual meetings between businessmen, scientists and professionals.

For conferences and larger meetings.

Consecutive Interpreting

In consecutive interpreting, the interpreter is given sufficient time to analyze the context of the source speech. This additional time aided along with the consecutive interpreters memory and special interpreting notes, consecutive interpreters facilitate far more detailed translation. Thus consecutive interpreting is required in meetings of foreign ministries and large corporation, where accuracy is of crucial importance. For example, consecutive conference interpreting was extensively used during arms control negotiations between the United States and the former Soviet Union, which also led to the SALT and START treaties. The reason why consecutive conference interpreting was used during these meetings was because of the grave importance of details which if lost during the course of interpretation, could have meant losses amounting to billions of dollars and loss of lives as well.

For meetings and presentations with a small audience.

Whispering Interpreting

Whispered interpreting is a form of simultaneous interpreting in which the interpreter sits in the conference room, next to the delegate or delegates, who need the interpreting or translations. Whispered interpreter first listens to the speech and then interprets the speech simultaneously and whisper it into the ears of delegate or delegates. Whispered interpreting can only be used for very few delegates sitting or standing together and is often used in bilateral meetings.

Whispering interpreting or ‘chuchotage’ is used when one or two people do not understand the source language.

Liaison or bilateral interpreting

Consecutive interpreting requires collaboration between the speaker and the consecutive interpreter. It begins with the interpreter listening to few minutes of a speech segment, taking notes and then delivering that segment into the target language. Once the first segment is complete, speaker resumes and completes the second segment after which the whole process is repeated, right until the end of the speech.

For small business meetings.

Danish Language

Danish is the official language of Denmark, where it is spoken by more than 5 million people. Other countries with notable Danish speaking populations are Greenland, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Canada, the UAE and the USA. Danish is a descendant of Old Norse and belongs to the East Scandinavian branch of North Germanic languages.

Danish is an easy to learn language for English speakers, however its pronunciation is far difficult to master. For most words the stress falls on the first syllable and for compound words the stress falls on the first component. However these rules don’t apply to words beginning with be-, ge-, er- and in some cases for- is also unstressed. French words in Danish generally keep the original French pattern. The intonation of Danish sentences is generally flat with a tendency to sink at the end of a sentence.

Danish verbs can be divided in three groups. Two among these can be categorized as regular, while the the third group consists of irregular verbs. To form past tense of most regular verbs, we add -de to the infinitive and to form past participle we add -t. Unlike English there is only one present tense in most Danish words. A vast majority of Danish verbs which are used in the present tense are formed by adding -r to the infinitive. Most Danish nouns add -e, -r or -er to construct the plural indefinite. Apart from the numbers from 1 to 6, and 11 and 12, the Danish ordinal numbers are the cardinal numbers up to 20 with -nde or -ende added.

History of Interpreting

Interpreting of oral translations has existed since early times. Some studies hint that it even existed in ancient Egypt. But we know from documented sources that interpreting services were used extensively during exploration and invasion campaigns. For example, it was used by Spaniards when they arrived in Central and South America.

What is Interpreting?

Interpretation is oral translation of oral communication, as opposed to sight translation, which is oral translation of written texts. Few specialized fields in professional interpreting are business interpreting, court interpreting, community interpreting and signed language interpreting.

How Interpreting helps?

Interpreting services are used to help people, belonging to diverse backgrounds, communicate during activities such as meetings, training, interviews, mediation, court hearings, news conferences, immigration services, social services, private business communication, community legal education or other group situations.

Who are Interpreters?

Interpreters are highly qualified professionals who can fluently speak in at least more than one language and can convert messages accurately and objectively from one language into another. It is the job of the interpreter to convey the information with accuracy. Universal Language Solutions is a leading translation agency in London. Our experienced team of interpreters are highly experienced and knowledgeable in the specific fields for which they perform interpretation, can easily manage the pace of communication between the speaker and listeners and provide essential advice about the cultural differences between the source and target language.

An interpreter should successfully be able to convey the intent and underlying meaning of the speaker. They are highly experienced language experts who can understand, analyze and process the spoken words or messages in sign language, and thereafter translate the message into the target language. Our leading interpreting services London are trusted by a wide range of clients, who come from different backgrounds and cultures.

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