This article talks about Language Interpretation, which works with spoken words in a particular context, conveying a message from one language to another, while translation refers to the activity of transferring a written text from one language to another. Language Interpretation communication is immediate, involving an interaction between speakers, listeners, and interpreters. In translation there is always a gap between the writing of a text by an author and its reception by the readers. It describes immediate conversion of source orally or by sign language, whereas translation is the conversion of source recorded oral, sign or text to text.
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