Interpreters are responsible for facilitating the cross-cultural communication by converting one language into another. They must understand the subject matter of each conversation in order to convert that information into other languages.
These professionals deal with spoken words and express them clearly in the required combination of languages. Interpretation has two modes that are consecutive and simultaneous.
The first mode requires that the interpreter takes notes and communicates the ideas of the speakers once they have finished their sentences. Simultaneous interpretation requires that the interpreter translates the ideas almost at the same time the speaker talks.