This book looks at difficulties and issues that can arise as interpreters work between ASL and English. With exercises at the end of every chapter, this book will not only give students currently studying interpreting an opportunity to learn how to interpret from ASL-to-English but also give students the opportunity to discuss and work on the task of the English interpretation with their teacher and fellow students.
By: Jean Kelly
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