Whispered Simultaneous Interpreting (also known as Chuchotage).
Seated in the meeting room, the interpreter whispers in another language, to a maximum of two delegates, what is being said by a speaker.
Whispered interpretation can be used only for very few delegates sitting or standing close together. It is used mainly in small business and government meetings, bilateral meetings, Board of Directors’ meetings, heads of government’ meetings or in groups participants are limited and where topics are sensitive.
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