Pearl Linguistics: Interpreting the needs of our clients!
Pearl Linguistics provides Bisayan interpreting services for a wide range of Private and Public Sector clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
From large multilingual conferences to small one-to-one business meetings and interviews, there is no requirement we cannot meet.
Due to the demanding and vital nature of the work our clients undertake, Pearl are accustomed to providing interpreters at very short notice and often in remote geographical locations worldwide.
At Pearl, we understand the importance of providing a quality interpreting service and therefore all of our interpreters hold qualifications in interpreting and even further qualifications in their specific field such as Financial, Medical, Legal etc.
Please see below for a full list of interpreting services which are available to our clients:
Consecutive Interpreting: The interpreter will listen and take notes while one person speaks for up to 5 minutes. They will then render everything that has been said into the target language. This is mostly used in one-to-one business meetings where are only two languages are spoken.
Simultaneous Interpreting: This type of interpreting (also known as Conference Interpreting) is most suitable where there are several languages spoken at large multilingual conferences and interpreters work in teams of two in a booth while the delegates listen via headsets. The interpreters working in teams will interpret simultaneously everything that is being said so that there is no interruption to your event.
Whispered Interpreting: Also known as ‘chuchotage’ is used where there a small group of people at a meeting who do not speak the main language and the interpreter will therefore stand close to the group and interpret in a low voice. This is also frequently used in the courtroom.
Public Service / Community Interpreting: Interpreters are required to interpret in a wide variety of settings such as hospital appointments, police interviews under caution, mental health assessments etc. The interpreter must remain calm and impartial, often dealing with sensitive and distressing information.
Sign Language Interpreting: A deaf person will communicate with a Sign Language interpreter using hand movements and facial expressions. The interpreter will then render this information into the spoken language. British Sign Language is the most commonly used in the UK. However, like the spoken language there are different sign languages and even regional accents.
Telephone Interpreting: This service allows interpretation over the phone and is extremely useful for short consultations. Whether your customer is with you or you are on a conference call with both your customer and the interpreter, telephone interpreting allows for fast connection to an interpreter and is often more cost effective.
Please see below for the other services on offer from Pearl Linguistics:
- Written translations
- Audio translations
- Large Print
- Pictorial English (Easy Read)
- Audio Recording
If you need Bisayan interpreting services, call us today on
We guarantee to get back to you within 30 minutes. You will be provided with a "no obligation" quote and will be able to see just how competitive we are.