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where to find arabic ressources for training interpreters? Mainly written and video speeches in arabic in all UN agencies in drder to ensure a wide cover of interpretation training, using all kind of terminologyb and specialty.

asked 06 Nov '12, 20:55

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edited 08 Nov '12, 10:39

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Hi, Nadine:

You may go to UN webTV(website: http://webtv.un.org/), search video by filtering language of Arabic. I did a search and had this list in website: http://webtv.un.org/search?term=arabic. Hope this is of some help to you.

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answered 08 Nov '12, 00:02

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edited 08 Nov '12, 00:03

Thank you for your advice. Very useful. But I am not able to download these videos in order to save them, I just can do direct interpretation teaching. How to save them for later class period, when I do not have internet connection? (I've tried real player, media gallery, etc.)

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answered 17 Nov '12, 04:17

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