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Hi there,

I'm a EMCI student and my classmates don't make much time for outside class practice. I tried using the interpreters.freeforums (sp?) website for partners but it's not really active it seems, so I'm wondering where I can find partners to practice consec and TAV with over Skype.

My languages are A: EN C: FR, PT, ES

(Sorry if this question doesn't belong on this site. I'm not sure where to go with it :) I've been thinking of even creating a Facebook group for EMCI student cooperation if I can find other EMCI students!)

Thanks in any case!

asked 06 Feb '13, 07:33

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edited 06 Feb '13, 16:39

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Vincent Buck

Hi! Where are you doing your master's? ;)

(18 Apr '13, 18:03) David


You may want to refer to my answer to this question and look at the list of colleagues interested in Tandem work, you might find partners.

I will update it shortly, and write the text in English. However. I think the list is fairly self-explanatory. You will be looking for someone with a French, Spanish or Portuguese A.

And please forgive my ignorance, but what is TAV ? (The question probably dates me, but so be it...;-))

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answered 06 Feb '13, 11:21

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Thank you for your answer! I've posted in the other question.

TAV is Traduction à vue. We take a print out of a speech and interpret from it so we can learn to anticipate :)

(06 Feb '13, 12:30) TheInterpret...
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