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COURSE OF INTERPRETING

English Vietnamese
Vietnamese - English

Le Phuong Loan
1. INTRODUCTION

A. TRANSLATION vs. INTERPRETING

- Translation?
- Interpreting?
1. INTRODUCTION
A. TRANSLATION vs. INTERPRETING

1. Product of transfer:

- One language  another language in SPOKEN form

- One language  another language in WRITTEN form


1. INTRODUCTION

A. TRANSLATION vs. INTERPRETING

2. Length of the text:

- Shorter text in Target Language

- Invariably longer than original text


1. INTRODUCTION

A. TRANSLATION vs. INTERPRETING

3. Access to reference book:

- TIME

- COMPETENCY
B. INTERPRETERS ROLES & QUALITIES

1. Interpreters roles

2. Interpreters qualities
- Putting the message across
- Facilitating relationships between people
or countries
- Promoting development [corporation,
company, beauty contest]
- Proficiency in at least TWO languages
- Moralily
- Responsibility
- Good voice
- Ability to work under pressure
- Having knowledge of the field
1. Consecutive interpreting
2. Sight translation
3. Simultaneous interpreting
4. Whispered interpreting
1. CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETING

- Listening  summarize/translating orally

- Time lapse varies

1. Sentence by sentence interpreting


- Dialogue intepreting

- Used at courts, commissions, conferences, interviews


1. CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETING

- Listening  summarize/translating orally

- Time lapse varies

2. Summarizing the whole speech


- 1 5 30 interpreting

- Excellent memory & note-taking skills


2. SIGHT TRANSLATION

- Reading aloud

- Used when a document emerges


during an interpreting session
 Interpreting while listening

 Required specialized training & equipments:


headphones, sound-proof booth, microphones,
etc.

 Used for large meetings, conventions


4. WHISPERED INTERPRETING
 Rendering for one speaker only while
sitting next to them
 Understanding (of the Source Language)

 Conversion (into the Target Language)

 Delivery (of the Target Language)


1. Speech structure
2. Eye contact
3. Body language
4. Posture
5. Facial expressions
6. Appearance
7. Ways to relax
8. Voice
 Metaphrase
Word by word, line by line interpreting

 Imitation
Too freely interpreting

 Paraphrase
Sense-to-sense interpreting
REFORMULATION TECHNIQUE

 UK business continued to be highly visible in

Vietnam. BP is the biggest investor and the


production of first gas from the Nam Con Son
basin on 26 November was a tremendous
achievement after many years of hard work by BP
and their partners.
REFORMULATION TECHNIQUE
 UK business continued to be highly visible in Vietnam. BP is the
biggest investor and the production of first gas from the Nam
Con Son basin on 26 November was a tremendous achievement
after many years of hard work by BP and their partners.

 Cc nh doanh nghip Anh vn tip tc duy tr hnh nh tt


p ca mnh Vit Nam.
 BP l nh u t ln nht.
 Lng du kh u tin c sn xut ti Nam Cn Sn ngy
26/11.
 l thnh tu ln sau nhiu nm vt v ca BP v cc i
tc ca mnh
REFORMULATION TECHNIQUE

 Rural people need roads linking their homes to

district and provincial centres, where they can


sell their agricultural produce, access education
and health-care or information, for example, on
how to improve their crops.
REFORMULATION TECHNIQUE
 Rural people need roads linking their homes to district and
provincial centres, where they can sell their agricultural
produce, access education and health-care or information, for
example, on how to improve their crops.

 Nng dn cn nhng con ng ni nh ca h vi huyn,


tnh.
 l ni h bn ra sn phm nng nghip, l ni h i hc,
khm bnh, v ly thng tin.
 V d thng tin v ci tin trng trt.
REFORMULATION TECHNIQUE
 Nhng ci cch trong nng nghip nh xa b kinh

t tp th, giao t cho h nng dn v tng s tip


cn ca nng dn i vi th trng to cho
ngi nng dn ton quyn t ch trong sn xut
v mua bn sn phm, kt qu l kch thch ng
lc sn xut cho ngi nng dn.
REFORMULATION TECHNIQUE
 Nhng ci cch trong nng nghip nh xa b kinh t tp th,
giao t cho h nng dn v tng s tip cn ca nng dn i
vi th trng to cho ngi nng dn ton quyn t ch
trong sn xut v mua bn sn phm, kt qu l kch thch ng
lc sn xut cho ngi nng dn.
 Some important agricultural reforms have been achieved.
 Collective economy was terminated.
 Land was allocated to farmers.
 Farmers more closely get access to markers.
 These achievements make farmers more active in production and
sale of produce.
 It results in a greater encouragement for farmers to get on with their
production.
 Nguyn Quc Hng, (2007)Hng dn k
thut phin dch Anh Vit, Vit Anh
(2007), NXB Tp Ho Chi Minh.
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