Consecutive interpretation is one of the most basic translation techniques. It works as follows: the interpreter sits at the conference table to perfectly see and listen what happens around it. While one of the participants speaks, the interpreter takes notes and consecutively interprets the speech into another language. Thus, this form of interpretation takes about twice the time of the simultaneous interpretation, hindering the flow of the presentation. On the other hand, it is more accurate than the simultaneous interpretation, in addition to not requiring special equipment for the audience and to the possibility of being done remotely, through a conference call with the interpreter and the other participants.