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Monday, 20 November 2017

Laleo: The Language Services

Company

Interpreting

Based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Laleo offers Conference Interpretation Services

Translation

Translation, Revision and Proofreading are provided for any type of documents for several languages

sound system

Conference equipment rental is provided

Courses

Laleo offers language training for several purposes in English, French, Arabic, and Amharic

Subtitling

Laleo offers subtitling, dubbing, voice over services

 

Address

Getahun Beshah Build, Haile G/Selassie Street, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

 

Contact

+251 1 16187561 mob: +251 9 77078790 email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Opening

Offices Open from Monday - Friday. Services available all week.

Team

OUR TEAM

Please contact a member of our team for any requests

Taye Daniel
General Manager and English-French Interpreter. Tel: +251977078790
Yitayal Meshesha
Administrator and French-English Interpreter. Tel: +251932289926
Yonas Belayneh
Sales and Asset Manager, Yonas is the person to contact for new Business partnerships and equipment rental. Tel:+251913771704
Mebrat Wolde Gebreal
Office Manager and in charge of language courses, Mebrat is the person to contact to register for a language course. Tel:+251913240266
In simultaneous interpretation (SI), the interpreter renders the message in the target-language as quickly as he or she can formulate it from the source language, while the source-language speaker continuously speaks; an oral-language SI interpreter, sitting in a sound-proof booth, speaks into a microphone, while clearly seeing and hearing the source-language speaker via earphones. The simultaneous interpretation is rendered to the target-language listeners via their earphones.(source: Wikipedia). Simultaneous interpretation is the most appropriate mode for full/half day workshops where as other modes induce speaker interruptions or noise disturbances
In consecutive interpreting (CI), the interpreter speaks after the source-language speaker has finished speaking. The speech is divided into segments, and the interpreter sits or stands beside the source-language speaker, listening and taking notes as the speaker progresses through the message. When the speaker pauses or finishes speaking, the interpreter then renders a portion of the message or the entire message in the target language.Consecutive interpreting are more appropriate for an intervention taking a small amount of time such as a press release as the translator would need to take as much time as the speaker.
In whispered interpreting (chuchotage, in French) sometimes called whispering simultaneous, the interpreter sits or stands next to the person or people requiring interpretation (a maximum of two people can be accommodated, unless a microphone and headphones are used) The interpreter does not whisper, as this would after a time be taxing on the voice making further speech impossible due to the hoarseness whispering for long periods induces. . Instead the interpreter speaks softly using normal (voiced) speech kept at a low volume. The interpreter's mouth and the ear of the person listening must be in close proximity so as not to disturb the others in the room. Without electronic equipment, chucotage is tiring as the interpreter's posture is affected.

Latest news


Laleo has provided interpretation services to the "Global Agenda For Sustainable Livestock" meeting held by ILRI from May 08 to May 12,2017. read more

 


 Laleo was selected to cover interpretation needs on the "World Hydropower Congress" held from May 07 to May 11, by the International hydropower Association, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. read more

 


UNCTAD has trusted Laleo with it's language and equipment needs on it's "Joint Implementation of Action Matrices of the Diagnostic Trade Study (DTIS) of Djibouti and Ethiopia on Transit, Transport, Trade Facilitation" workshop held on May 11 & 12, 2017 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

 

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