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After receiving the interpretation work, the interpreter needs to do a lot of things. WorldUnion translation company will share with you what the interpreter should do well?
1. Read widely. Choose some high-quality newspapers, read every day, cultivate good reading habits, and adhere to them for at least one year. It is best to choose non-native language reading, and read more excellent materials that can expand your knowledge.
2. Watch TV and listen to the radio. Watch and listen to the latest hot issues related to your working language through TV, radio and other news media. When listening and watching, you should not only listen to the content, but also analyze it. You can also record the programs and interviews you watch and listen carefully in the future.
3. Living abroad. If conditions permit, living in a non-native country for a period of time is recommended for at least half a year to one year. Living in a non-native country, we should often communicate with non-native speakers and participate in local activities. If conditions do not permit, you can also work in an environment where the use of non-native language is strictly required, and take more courses on non-native language related content.
4. Strengthen knowledge in a professional field. It is suggested to study university level courses, review high school texts, and strengthen knowledge in economy, history, law, international politics and scientific concepts and principles.
5. Train writing and research skills. This is a kind of professional class, which is also commonly used. Therefore, it is recommended to participate in challenging writing courses, which are about news writing and scientific and technological writing, so as to better understand news style, United Nations style, legal style, etc. In addition, it is recommended to copy excerpts from textbooks or journal abstracts by hand in non-native language.
6. Improve the ability of public speaking. It is recommended that you practice writing and speaking in your mother tongue and foreign language in front of others, and take strict speaking courses.
7. Hone your analytical skills. Practice listening to the speech and summarizing the main points orally, practice refining the main points of news articles, and practice analyzing difficult articles.
8. Familiar with the Internet. Be familiar with the navigation function and file management in the latest Windows operating system, and learn to use the advanced functions of word, Excel and other office software in native and non-native languages.