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Fundamentals of Interpreting Final Exam
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The first step in the interpreting process is
Take in the source language
What happened at the 2015 RID national conference which had a major effect on the interpreting profession?
The board announced a moratorium on all performance testing for certification
All of the following people developed popular ASL interpreting models except:
The first RID certification for hearing sign language interpreters was
All of the following are reasons to use a team interpreter except
To be able to provide both interpreting and transliterating to the consumer.
The earliest interpreters tended to be all of the following except
Parents of Deaf children
________________ interpretation requires interpreters to listen and sign, or watch and speak, at the same time.
The original purposes of RID included all of the following except
Establish interpreter training programs
The process of transferring from one written language text to another written language text is called
The current RID certification for hearing interpreters is
The way something is said
Which of the following is an example of a collectivistic culture?
Which of the following is an example of an individualistic culture?
All of the following are characteristics of culture except
It is biologically pre-determined
All of the following are aspects of individualist cultures except
Dependence on others
Patterns of personal space
Low context cultures tend to be all of the following except
Knowledge is situational and relational
The two types of cultural traits are
Visible and invisible
American, hearing culture is considered
Interpreters should ask themselves all of the following questions during an interpreted event except:
''Is there a cultural basis for that sign usage?"
Information sharing is valued in Deaf culture in part because of
Which of the following settings have had the biggest impact on cross-cultural interpreting in recent years?
On the spectrum of sign communication, Conceptually Accurate Signed English is
a contact variety of sign communication with a mixed grammar
High level of family responsibility, paternalistic, prefers hierarchical structures with clear authority, and indirect communication is a profile of which culture?
When interpreting in a multicultural setting the interpreter should do all of the following except:
Adopt the accent of the hearing speaker's culture to increase acceptance
One area of life that is governed by many unspoken cultural rules that has historically been closed to the Deaf community but has recently become widely accessible is:
The purpose of cultural mediation during interpreting is
To ensure an equivalent target message
American, Deaf culture is considered
Which step of the ethical decision making process requires the individual to determine the stakeholders?
Gather the facts
standards of behavior that tell us how human beings ought to act
The Code of Professional Conduct was written by:
Both (RID &NAD)
Which of these often deviate from ethics:
Both of these ( Cultural Norms & Feelings)
The guiding ethical principles regarding the professional behavior of interpreters is called
The Code of Professional Conduct
The first part of ethics is the standards of right and wrong and the second part relates
to the study and development of one's own ethical standards.
Which step of the ethical decision making process is the most overlooked by the decision maker?
Reflect on the outcome
Match the five steps of the ethical decision making process in order of operation to the numbers below.
Step 1- Recognize an ethical issue
Step 2- Gathering the facts
Step 3- Evaluation of alternate actions
Step 4- Making the decision and testing the decision
Step 5- Reflect on the outcome of the decision
The individuals that are obligated to follow the Code of Professional Conduct are
Certified and associate members of RID
All of the following are typical stakeholders except:
An SSP is
a person who assists the DeafBlind person but is not the interpreter
All of the following are DeafBlind interpreting techniques except
Oral transliteration is most commonly used in which of the following situations?
DIs/CDIs frequently work in all the following ways EXCEPT
With people who use SEE signs
What is the percentage of individuals who become DeafBlind due to Usher Syndrome?
In Oral Transliteration you should
use natural gestures, pointing and possibly fingerspelling
In which setting/situation would you be LEAST likely to use a DI/CDI
3rd grade classroom
RID never had a certification for which of the following?
The test that a Deaf person USED TO take to be certified as an interpreter but is no longer offered was called the
A DI/CDI is commonly used in all the following EXCEPT
With Oral deaf people
Which of the following is deductible expense on a tax return
All of the following require additional paperwork to be formally filed with the IRS except
All of the following are true of employees except
They have complete autonomy
If an interpreter receives a 1099 form at the end of the year, the IRS considers the interpreter
Which of the following cannot deduct expenses like mileage and workshops on their taxes?
The newest business structure is
Which of the following is not required to get an EIN number
All of the following are true of an independent contractor except
They receive a W-2
The employer pays all of the following except
One of the main benefits of incorporating is
Separates personal and business liability
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