Back to School!

Dear users,

 

It’s back to school time! That is why the Speech Repository team has prepared a package of new Basic and Beginner consecutive speeches for you. These are tailored made pedagogical speeches aimed for the acquisition of the first techniques you need to become an interpreter.

 

Basic consecutive

Memory exercises recommended for the very beginning of training, BEFORE you start taking notes in consecutive interpretation or try simultaneous interpretation.

Speeches are short and well-structured with very visible links.

The main focus lies on concentration and analytical memory, active listening and being able to render a structure, without taking notes.

 

Beginner consecutive

Recommended for the transitional phase between memory exercises and consecutive with notes

Beginner consecutive speeches are tailored to help you reconcile your memory effort with a new operation which is taking notes. They are slightly longer and denser than on the previous level; names and figures may start appearing.

At this stage the focus is on being able to render the main ideas and links and as many details as you can with the help of your incipient note-taking system. Focus your notes on catching the structure of the speech.

 

Speeches:

ENGLISH:26552, 26521, 26904, 27004, 27005, 27006, 27007, 26993, 26994, 26995, 26500, 26594, 26642, 27008 and 26957

FRENCH: 26634, 26924, 26926 and 26928

GERMAN: 27043, 27047, 27042, 27051, 27044 and 27086

SPANISH: 26837, 27077, 27081, 26547, 26555, 26558, 26564, 26721, 26839 and 26838

ITALIAN: 26646, 26649, 26648, 26650, 26651, 26653, 26563, 26565, 26567, 26568, 26573, 26536, 26543, 26557, 26560, 26561, 26678, 26679 and 26680

POLISH: 26603

ROMANIAN: 26613, 26614 and 26617

HUNGARIAN: 26610, 26590 and 26591

SLOVAK: 26833, 26834 and 26832

 

Enjoy your practice!

 

Your Speech Repository Team