Unanswered questions I’ve posted on Twitter

I’ve posted some tweets lately with questions to the interpreting profession, but I’ve seen no replies. Maybe you can change that — reply to these tweets or leave a comment here.

https://twitter.com/#!/TerpTrans/status/195039924087558144

https://twitter.com/#!/TerpTrans/status/197768904385376257

Oh, and another one just for fun (although I do take grammar very seriously).😉

Author: Daniel Greene

I facilitate communication between Deaf and hearing people, and I teach people American Sign Language (ASL) and interpreting. Apart from doing the work I love, my greatest joys are family & friends, entertainment, food, photography, and travel.

4 thoughts on “Unanswered questions I’ve posted on Twitter”

  1. I’m a Deaf person and I want the interpreter to stay in the room with me. I want the interpreter to tell me that someone is knocking on the door!! How do I know if someone is knocking on the door? There is no flashing light in the room! Stay in the room with me!

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    1. Thanks for commenting. You bring up a good point about informing the patient that someone is coming in. What about if someone cracked the door just enough to wave their hand to let you know they were coming in?

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  2. Medical situation…never stay in the room with the patient unless either the doctor or the nurse is in the room. No reason for you to be there!

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