The ABCs of Interpreting: Active and Passive Languages Explained – information meeting

Interpreting students and new colleagues are warmly invited to an AIIC VEGA information meeting.

When:
Sat 28 February 2015
10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Where:
London School of Economics
room CLM 7.02
Clement House
Aldwych
London WC2A 2AE [map]

Entry: free
Experienced AIIC interpreters and trainers will talk about ABC languages and the differences between them, the importance of mother tongue, adding a retour, and what makes a good relay.

If you wish to attend, you are kindly asked to register by sending an email to Monika Kokoszycka, m.kokoszycka@aiic.net. Places are limited to 60 and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Deadline for registration: 21 February

AIIC VEGA is a world-wide network of professional conference interpreters, members of AIIC, dedicated to helping budding and junior interpreters pursue their fledgling career.
Image credits: luigi diamanti / freedigitalphotos.net

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Monika Kokoszycka

Monika Kokoszycka

London-based freelance conference interpreter (Polish A, English B, German C), member of AIIC, accredited with the EU institutions. Member of the AIIC Advisory Board (for UK and Ireland). Formerly interpreter trainer at the University of Westminster (CIT/EMCI) and University of Warsaw. Member of AIIC’s VEGA network for new interpreters and interpreting students. Founder and editor of InterpreterSoapbox.

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