Ad Hoc Interpreting
Professional interpreters for ad-hoc communications from Alexika.
This means that the interpreter listens to a section of speech then either summarises or relays verbatim in the listener’s language. This is commonly requested for one-to-one meetings and small groups. Consecutive interpreting is also commonly used in formal situations where interpreting takes place after each sentence or after a short speech is given.
Our expert team of ad-hoc interpreters are on hand to assist you with your business requirements. Call us today to get started.