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INTERP - interpretese (EN-EN)

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race
a speech is not a r _ _ _
style
accuracy comes before s _ _ _ _
necessary
as literally as possible - as freely as n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
delivery
check against d _ _ _ _ _ _ _
sentences
finish your s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
lends
this text l _ _ _ _ itself to a good speech"
said
what is said is s _ _ _
mastery
acquire total m _ _ _ _ _ _ of your B language
style
adapt one's s _ _ _ _ to one's audience
new
add a n _ _ language every decade
tone
adjust the t _ _ _ contol
animation
adopt the same level of a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ as the speaker
monotonous
avoid a m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ tone
disposal
be at the d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ of the service
mercy
we are all at the m _ _ _ _ of the speaker
audible
be clearly a _ _ _ _ _ _
general
broad g _ _ _ _ _ _ knowledge
span
change the ear-voice s _ _ _ if necessary
rendition
pay attention to the cleanliness of r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
spontaneous
stay close to the patterns of s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ speech
conduct
observe the code of c _ _ _ _ _ _ for interpreters
switching
interpreting is a code s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ exercise
intended
communicate the speaker's i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ meaning
gap
your task is to bridge the communication g _ _
loss
condense without l _ _ _ of information
interest
convey an i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ in the listeners' subject
stage
cope with s _ _ _ _ -fright
microphone
double check your m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is off/on
smartly
dress s _ _ _ _ _ _ and comfortably
work
do not drum your fingers on the w _ _ _ surface
network
establish a new n _ _ _ _ _ _ of synapses
look
feel and l _ _ _ confident
vague
find v _ _ _ _ expressions to overcome temporary difficulties
partnership
form a p _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with listeners
frame
get in the right language f _ _ _ _
rest
get plenty of r _ _ _ and arrive on time
complex
do not get tangled up in c _ _ _ _ _ _ sentence structures
trustworthy
give a t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ impression
speaker
grasp the s _ _ _ _ _ _ 's intention
command
have a perfect c _ _ _ _ _ _ of your active language
knack
have the k _ _ _ _ of public speaking
voice
keep your v _ _ _ _ down
track
keep t _ _ _ _ of documents
lag
do not l _ _ too far behind the speaker
lapse
do not l _ _ _ _ into a familiar tone
close
lean c _ _ _ _ to the microphone
long
improve your l _ _ _ term memory
interest
never lose i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ in the message
lower
check if you can l _ _ _ _ the volume
shorter
make the consec 20 % s _ _ _ _ _ _ than the original
register
match the r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ to that of the speaker
wars
avoid microphone w _ _ _ when working into your retour language
mumble
speak clearly, do not m _ _ _ _ _ your words
neutralize
try to n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ your accent, if you have one
minimize
even if the mike is off m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ off-the-record remarks
overload
try not to o _ _ _ _ _ _ _ your short-term memory
terminology
pick up some t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ on the go
thread
pick up the t _ _ _ _ _ of the discussion
delegates
do not shout, pity the ears of the d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
polish
if you have time, try to p _ _ _ _ _ the delivery
pollution
minimize p _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ from another language
conscientiously
prepare c _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ for every meeting
source
dare to break free from s _ _ _ _ _ language structures
capacity
be aware of your processing c _ _ _ _ _ _ limitations
down
jot d _ _ _ proper names
accurate
provide an a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ interpretation come what may
punch
do not let yourself frightened by the p _ _ _ _ line
good
put on a g _ _ _ show
gist
be quick to pick up the g _ _ _
numbers
quote n _ _ _ _ _ _s clearly
raise
even if you are under stress do not r _ _ _ _ your pitch
hesitation
read back your notes without h _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
reformulation
obtain a high level skill in r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ tactics
protagonist
refrain from taking on the p _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 's role
confidence
represent c _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ to the audience
enrich
read a lot and continuously e _ _ _ _ _ your vocabulary
rustle
do not r _ _ _ _ _ with papers in the booth
salient
try to identify the s _ _ _ _ _ _ points of a speech
clear
seek to be c _ _ _ _ and lively
glossaries
share your g _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with colleagues
bursts
avoid sharp b _ _ _ _ _ followed by long pauses
detached
sit back and feel d _ _ _ _ _ _ _
slang
don't be a s _ _ _ _ -whanger
bright
sound b _ _ _ _ _ and alert
relaxed
sound r _ _ _ _ _ _ but interested
soporific
even if you are tired try not to speak in a s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ manner
split
ba capable to s _ _ _ _ your attention
squeaky
train your voice if you have a s _ _ _ _ _ _ one
working
stand up for the w _ _ _ _ _ _ conditions
equitable
strive for e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ remuneration
substitute
if possible s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ obscure terms with a functional analogue
required
avoid double relays, switch speedily to the r _ _ _ _ _ _ channel
discrete
help team members in a d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ manner
boring
develop the capacity of tolerating b _ _ _ _ _ harangues
complete
always c _ _ _ _ _ _ _ your sentences
conveyed
understand the idea c _ _ _ _ _ _ _ by the message
unjustified
avoid u _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ additions to the message
wool
cotton w _ _ _ expressions may become necessary at times but do not overuse them
tone
use your pace and t _ _ _ to emphasize important ideas
weepy
be confident, abstain from a w _ _ _ _ voice