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Week 2

SPP Religious Settings

In addition to fluency in signed language and a spoken language interpreters may also benefit from knowledge of the original text that may be written in what three languages? Hebrew Latin Arabic
Interpreters may need to familiarize themselves with what when it comes to Religious Interpreting. Belief systems, doctrines, creeds, and, ceremonial prayers.
T/F The contact person should ensure the interpreter is provided with the necessary materials needed for the assignment such as announcements and names of people. True
4. A certain level of preparation is needed on the interpreter’s part in order to render music or poetic expressions accurately and making the part what? Culturally modified and visually inspiring and insightful as the audio portion.
T/F Some interpreters accept payment but may donate it back to the religious establishment. True
Created by: jterm