逐次通訳 [Consecutive interpreting]

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通訳は、各種の基準に基づき分類や区別が行われ、大分類と下位分類に分けられているが、その中でも、最も重要なのは、通訳方式による分類である。方式に基づいて分類すると、同時通訳と逐次通訳の二つに大別される。逐次通訳においては、通訳者は話者が話し終えた後、目標言語で訳出を行う。通訳者は逐次、すなわち順次、話すことになり、それゆえに逐次通訳と言われる。

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