According to the RAE (Real Academia Española), Thus, the ability to communicate through effective speaking is an important language skill. Such skill is relevant in all types of situations, forcasual conversations, explanations and presentations. Since interpreters are to be working with different types of speech it is important for them to acknowledge specific features of the act of speaking.An oral presentation consists of three main parts: introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction has the purpose of quickly gaining the attention of the audience. Salutations or briefexplanations of the theme are some examples of what is used as an introduction in any oral presentation. The body is considered the most important part of the presentation. It must explain, support, anddefend the thesis revealed in the introduction. The last part is the conclusion which must tell the audience what was important about the conveyed information. Those three stages lead the speaker to awell built and concrete presentation which, in the same manner, must be rendered by the interpreter. (Language Skills Handbook On-line Edition, 2001)
Furthermore, in order to deliver a productivespeech the speaker should be aware of some issues. First of all, speake
target language. Therefore, at the moment of translating it is important to not only pay attention to some linguistic features,such as grammar or morphology, but also to take into account deeper details like global semantic or cohesive devices. Hence, it can be assumed that the reproduction of a better global arrangement ofany translation is depending on the acknowledgement of these features.
2.4 Speech: Oral presentation
According to the RAE (Real Academia Española), Thus, the ability to communicate through effectivespeaking is an important language skill. Such skill is relevant in all types of situations, for casual conversations, explanations and presentations. Since interpreters are to be working with...