Consecutive Interpreters

Consecutive interpreting can be regarded as the classic form of interpreting, with the discourse being interpreted into the desired language as soon as the speaker has concluded, or at the end of passages within the speech, i.e. consecutively.

This is the most common type of interpreting and is used for business meetings, hosting visitors, legal meetings and medical meetings as well as many other reasons. YourCulture has provided consecutive interpreters for many years and is very much at the core or our business.

A list of some of the most common requests we get for consecutive interpreters are listed below but if your requirement is not listed then please get in touch with our team on +44 (0)203 951 0045.

  • Interpretation for hospital visits
  • Interpretation for solicitor meetings
  • Interpretation for police interviews / prison visits
  • Interpretation for court hearings
  • Interpretation for business meetings
  • Interpretation for visitors / visiting groups

With experienced, native linguists in over 200 languages we are certain YourCulture can meet your interpreting needs. For more information about our specific interpreting services or if you want to talk through your requirements then call +44 (0)203 951 0045.

A example of some of the languages we can provide interpreters for is listed below – If the language you need is not listed then please still call +44 (0)203 951 0045

 

Afrikaans Interpreters
Albanian Interpreters
Aymara Interpreters
Amharic Interpreters
Armenian Interpreters
Arabic Interpreters
Azeri Interpreters
Basque Interpreters
Bulgarian Interpreters
Burmese Interpreters
Bosnian Interpreters
Belarusian Interpreters
Berber Interpreters
Bengali Interpreters
Bashkir Interpreters
Bantu Interpreters
Catalan Interpreters
Czech Interpreters
Chinese Interpreters
Croatian Interpreters
Creole Interpreters
Corsican Interpreters
Danish Interpreters
Dutch Interpreters
Dari Interpreters
Dinka Interpreters
Estonian Interpreters
Ewe Interpreters
English Interpreters
Eskimo Interpreters
French Interpreters
Finnish Interpreters
Farsi Interpreters
Fijian Interpreters
Flemish Interpreters
Fang Interpreters
Faroese Interpreters
Fulani Interpreters
German Interpreters
Greek Interpreters
Gujarati Interpreters
Georgian Interpreters
Gaelic Interpreters
Hungarian Interpreters
Hebrew Interpreters
Herero Interpreters
Hawaiian Interpreters
Hausa Interpreters
Hindi Interpreters
Hmong Interpreters
Italian Interpreters
Icelandic Interpreters
Indonesian Interpreters
Ibo Interpreters
Japanese Interpreters
Kazakh Interpreters
Kurdish Interpreters
Kyrgyz Interpreters
Kirundi Interpreters
Korean Interpreters
Khmer Interpreters
Kiswahili Interpreters
Kikuyu Interpreters
Lithuanian Interpreters
Latvian Interpreters
Letzeburgish Interpreters
Maltese Interpreters
Mongolian Interpreters
Maori Interpreters
Malagasy Interpreters
Macedonian Interpreters
Malay Interpreters
Marathi Interpreters
Maasai Interpreters
Mandinka Interpreters
Norwegian Interpreters
Nahuatl Interpreters
Nubian Interpreters
Oromo Interpreters
Portuguese Interpreters
Polish Interpreters
Pashtu Interpreters
Papiamento Interpreters
Punjabi Interpreters
Quechua Interpreters
Russian Interpreters
Romanian Interpreters
Spanish Interpreters
Swedish Interpreters
Slovak Interpreters
Slovenian Interpreters
Somali Interpreters
Samoan Interpreters
Serbian Interpreters
Singhalese Interpreters
Sherpa Interpreters
Sesotho Interpreters
Turkish Interpreters
Turkmen Interpreters
Tibetan Interpreters
Tupí-Guaraní (Ñengatú) Interpreters
Tongan Interpreters
Tamil Interpreters
Thai Interpreters
Tagalog Interpreters
Ukrainian Interpreters
Uzbek Interpreters
Urdu Interpreters
Vietnamese Interpreters
Welsh Interpreters
Wolof Interpreters
Xhosa Interpreters
Yiddish Interpreters
Yoruba Interpreters
Zulu Interpreters

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