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The Court Interpreters Program CIP aims to ensure access to the courts for those with limited English proficiency or those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, by enhancing the quality of interpretation and increasing the availability of qualified interpreters in the California courts. Proficiency in court interpreting skills would require a high level of mastery of at least two languages (one being English) plus specific performance skills in the rules and modes of interpreting. There are written and oral exams for the profession. This study notes focuses on the written exam but the contents will also help in the oral exam. A language pair MUST include English and a target language. One is expected to possess the ability to accurately and idiomatically turn the message from the source language into the receptor language without any additions, omissions or other misleading factors that alter the intended meaning of the message from the speaker.
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