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I know there are terminology resources online such as UN glossaries. But to fit in the functioning of conf-interpreting, a large other vocabulary (esp.verbs and adjectives) is definitely required.I understand one can accumulate based on daily exercise, but if possible/ there is any such resource, will any senior share any acronym resources online (better with register)? Thanks in advance.

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Hi, Nacho, thanks for your efforts in editing and support each time. :-)

(20 Aug '12, 07:27) Paris Si de ...

... & (STANDS4 Network) are probably the most comprehensive

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answered 20 Aug '12, 05:55

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Hi, MSR:

Thanks for your nice sharing and consistent support. :-)

I hope I could do anything for you. Now I am in the middle of watching an excellent video for technology & interpreting, would you mind me recommending this to you? The website is The subject is 3rd Summit on Interpreting Keynote Address: The Digital Revolution and Multilingual Communication--A New Paradigm. Hope this may be useful for you.

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(20 Aug '12, 07:09) Paris Si de ...

Thank you very much, I had toyed around with the idea of attending but finally had to give it up, and had marked that (one-hour long!) key-note speech for when I'd be in the right frame of mind and with enough time :-), will try to do it soon.

(20 Aug '12, 11:10) msr
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