Whispered Interpreting


In whispered interpreting (chuchotage, in French) sometimes called whispering simultaneous, the interpreter sits or stands next to the person or people requiring interpretation (a maximum of two people can be accommodated, unless a microphone and headphones are provided).


The interpreter's mouth and the ear of the person listening must be in close proximity to each other, in order not to disturb the other people present in the room.


Lina Liu has extensive experience in conducting Whispered Interpreting during the state visit of President of China in the UK, roundtable economic meetings, court hearings, seminars, press conferences and wedding ceremonies. Looking for a Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesian and Bahasa Malay interpreter who are based in London, United Kingdom, please contact Lina.