Consecutive Interpretation is Applicable for
Consecutive interpretation is mostly used in small-scale occasions involving only two working languages, such as diplomatic meetings, bilateral negotiations, visits and inspections, small-scale consultations, journalists’ interviews, judicial and quasi-judicial procedures, banquet speeches, press conferences and short-term conferences, small seminars etc.
About Consecutive Interpretation
Consecutive interpreting – An interpreter sits in a conference room and takes notes while listening to the source language. When the speaker finishes speaking or stops to wait for interpretation, the interpreter uses a clear and natural target language to accurately and completely re-express the entire message content of the source language speech, just as if he were giving a speech. Consecutive interpreting in conference interpreting requires the interpreter to be able to listen to a continuous speech of up to five to ten minutes and use good speaking skills to interpret its entire content completely and accurately. You can learn more from Wikipedia.