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  • 1. 

    RSI means?

    Explanation
    RSI stands for Repetitive Strain Injury. This term refers to a condition caused by repetitive movements, overuse, or prolonged exertion of certain muscles, tendons, and nerves. It commonly affects the hands, wrists, arms, and shoulders, and is often associated with activities such as typing, using a computer mouse, or playing musical instruments. Symptoms may include pain, stiffness, weakness, numbness, and tingling. Treatment for RSI usually involves rest, physical therapy, ergonomic adjustments, and pain management techniques.

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  • 2. 

    SSP Means?

    Explanation
    In the context of the National Interpreter Certification Exam (NIC), SSP stands for "Support Service Provider." Support Service Providers are individuals who assist people who are deaf or hard of hearing in various ways to facilitate communication and access to information. They may provide services such as sign language interpreting, note-taking, or other support services to ensure effective communication and equal access for the deaf or hard of hearing individuals they are working with.

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  • 3. 

    CEU means?

    Explanation
    CEU stands for Continuing Education Units. Continuing Education Units are a measure used to quantify the participation in non-credit continuing education programs. These units are typically awarded to professionals who engage in activities that enhance their knowledge and skills in their respective fields. CEUs are often required for professionals to maintain their licenses or certifications, and they serve as a way to demonstrate ongoing professional development and commitment to staying current in their field.

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  • 4. 

    PSE means?

    Explanation
    PSE stands for Pidgin Signed English, which is a simplified form of sign language used by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. PSE combines elements of American Sign Language (ASL) with English grammar and vocabulary. It is often used in educational settings, allowing deaf individuals to communicate more easily with hearing individuals who do not know ASL. PSE is not a complete language on its own, but rather a communication tool that bridges the gap between ASL and English.

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  • 5. 

    SSS means?

    Explanation
    SSS stands for Sight Supported Speech. This term refers to a communication method that combines speech with visual cues, such as lip-reading and facial expressions, to enhance understanding for individuals with hearing impairments. By utilizing visual information, individuals can better comprehend spoken language and improve their communication skills.

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  • 6. 

    VRI means?

    Explanation
    VRI stands for Video Remote Interpreting. Video Remote Interpreting is a communication method that allows individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing to communicate with others through the use of video technology and a remote interpreter. This technology enables the interpreter to provide real-time interpretation services by using video conferencing tools. VRI is often used in situations where an in-person interpreter is not available or feasible, providing a convenient and effective way to bridge the communication gap between individuals who use sign language and those who do not.

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  • 7. 

    LTS means?

    Explanation
    LTS stands for Local Test Administrator. This term refers to an individual who is responsible for overseeing and administering tests at a local level. They ensure that the testing process is conducted smoothly and according to the specified guidelines. The LTS plays a crucial role in maintaining the integrity and fairness of the testing environment.

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  • 8. 

    HVO means?

  • 9. 

    IEP means?

    Explanation
    An Individual Education Plan (IEP) is a personalized program designed for students with special educational needs. It outlines specific goals, accommodations, and support services that will help the student succeed academically and socially. The IEP is developed collaboratively by a team including teachers, parents, and other professionals, and it is regularly reviewed and updated to ensure the student's progress. The purpose of an IEP is to provide a tailored educational experience that addresses the unique challenges and strengths of the individual student.

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  • 10. 

    Which of the following is the most accurate form of Interpreting?

    • A.

      Transliterating

    • B.

      Consecutive

    • C.

      Simultaneous

    • D.

      Referencing

    Correct Answer
    B. Consecutive
    Explanation
    Consecutive interpreting is the most accurate form of interpreting because it involves the interpreter listening to the speaker and then delivering the message in the target language after a pause. This allows the interpreter to fully understand and analyze the message before conveying it accurately to the audience. Simultaneous interpreting, on the other hand, requires the interpreter to interpret in real-time, which may lead to errors or omissions. Transliterating and referencing are not forms of interpreting, but rather involve translating written text or providing sources for information.

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  • 11. 

    How much new programming is required by law to be captioned?

    • A.

      80%

    • B.

      All new programming

    • C.

      95%

    • D.

      90%

    Correct Answer
    B. All new programming
    Explanation
    All new programming is required by law to be captioned. This means that any new content that is produced and aired must have captions included. Captioning is a legal requirement to ensure accessibility for individuals with hearing impairments, allowing them to fully understand and engage with the content. Therefore, the correct answer is "all new programming".

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  • 12. 

    In what year was the RID established?

    • A.

      1961

    • B.

      1972

    • C.

      1975

    • D.

      1964

    • E.

      1968

    Correct Answer
    D. 1964
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 1964 because it is the only option that matches the establishment year of the RID.

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  • 13. 

    Which of the following is an example of Passive voice?

    • A.

      It's raining cats and dogs

    • B.

      The lamp was broken

    • C.

      I hope it's not too much trouble

    • D.

      I don't mind whatever you'd like to do

    Correct Answer
    B. The lamp was broken
    Explanation
    The sentence "The lamp was broken" is an example of passive voice because the subject of the sentence (the lamp) is receiving the action (being broken) rather than performing the action. In passive voice, the focus is on the object or the receiver of the action, rather than the doer of the action.

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  • 14. 

    When you experience the pain of your consumers, this is called?

    • A.

      Vicarious experience

    • B.

      Vicarious Trauma

    • C.

      Suffering by proxy

    • D.

      Traumatic proxy

    Correct Answer
    B. Vicarious Trauma
    Explanation
    Vicarious Trauma refers to the emotional and psychological distress that individuals can experience when they are exposed to the pain and suffering of others. It occurs when someone empathizes deeply with another person's trauma, resulting in their own emotional and psychological reactions. This term is often used in the context of professionals who work with trauma survivors, such as therapists or first responders, but it can also apply to anyone who witnesses or hears about traumatic events. Vicarious Trauma is a recognized phenomenon that highlights the impact of empathy and compassion on individuals' well-being.

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  • 15. 

    Which of the following is an example of External noise?

    • A.

      You feel faint

    • B.

      Any noise you can't hear

    • C.

      Light flickering in the room

    • D.

      Random thoughts and judgments

    Correct Answer
    C. Light flickering in the room
    Explanation
    External noise refers to any unwanted sounds or distractions that come from the environment outside of an individual's control. In this case, light flickering in the room can be considered as an example of external noise because it can cause visual disturbances and distractions, affecting one's ability to concentrate or focus on a task. While the other options may be considered as internal distractions or physical sensations, they do not directly relate to external noise.

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  • 16. 

    VRS means

    Correct Answer
    Video Relay Service
    Explanation
    VRS stands for Video Relay Service. Video Relay Service is a telecommunications service that allows individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing to communicate with hearing individuals over video calls. It involves a sign language interpreter who relays the conversation between the two parties, ensuring effective and accessible communication.

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  • 17. 

    NMM means?

    Correct Answer
    Non Manual Markers
    Explanation
    NMM stands for Non Manual Markers. Non Manual Markers are a set of facial expressions, head movements, and body movements that are used in sign languages to convey grammatical information and add meaning to signs. These markers are an important part of sign language communication as they help to clarify the meaning and context of signs.

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  • 18. 

    CDI means?

    Correct Answer
    Certified Deaf Interpreter
    Explanation
    CDI stands for Certified Deaf Interpreter. This certification is given to individuals who are fluent in sign language and have undergone specialized training to interpret for deaf individuals. CDIs play a crucial role in bridging the communication gap between deaf individuals and hearing individuals who do not understand sign language. They ensure accurate and effective communication by interpreting spoken language into sign language and vice versa. The certification assures that the interpreter has met the necessary qualifications and standards to provide reliable interpretation services for the deaf community.

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  • 19. 

    ASL means?

    Correct Answer
    American Sign Language
    Explanation
    ASL stands for American Sign Language, which is a visual language used primarily by deaf individuals in the United States. It involves using hand gestures, facial expressions, and body movements to communicate. ASL is a complete and complex language with its own grammar and syntax. It allows deaf individuals to express their thoughts, feelings, and ideas, and enables effective communication between deaf and hearing individuals.

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  • 20. 

    MCE means?

    Correct Answer
    Manually coded English
    Explanation
    MCE stands for Manually Coded English. This refers to a system of manually representing the English language using signs, gestures, and fingerspelling. It is often used as a communication tool for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, but it is not a complete sign language like American Sign Language (ASL). MCE is used to support the learning and understanding of English vocabulary and grammar, and it can be used in combination with other communication methods such as speech or lip-reading.

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  • 21. 

    What is the same as interpreting but with a written component?

    • A.

      Transliteration

    • B.

      Code- switching

    • C.

      Translation

    Correct Answer
    C. Translation
    Explanation
    Translation is the correct answer because it refers to the process of converting written text from one language to another, while interpreting typically involves oral communication. Transliteration is the process of converting text from one writing system to another, and code-switching refers to the practice of alternating between two or more languages or dialects within a conversation. Therefore, neither of these options accurately represents the same concept as interpreting with a written component.

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  • 22. 

    Which of the following is the most culturally sensitive and acceptable term?

    • A.

      Hearing Loss

    • B.

      Deaf-Mute

    • C.

      Deaf/Hard of Hearing

    • D.

      Hearing Impaired

    Correct Answer
    C. Deaf/Hard of Hearing
    Explanation
    The term "Deaf/Hard of Hearing" is the most culturally sensitive and acceptable term because it acknowledges the diversity within the deaf community. It recognizes that individuals may have varying degrees of hearing loss and different communication preferences. This term also avoids negative connotations and stereotypes associated with terms like "Deaf-Mute" or "Hearing Impaired."

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  • 23. 

    Which of the following contains a Tag Question?

    • A.

      How many dogs are there?

    • B.

      She's a good singer, isn't she?

    • C.

      Is this a good color on me?

    • D.

      Really? I can go to the reception?

    Correct Answer
    B. She's a good singer, isn't she?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "She's a good singer, isn't she?" This sentence contains a tag question, which is formed by adding a question tag at the end of a statement. In this case, the statement is "She's a good singer" and the tag question is "isn't she?" The tag question is used to seek confirmation or agreement from the listener.

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  • 24. 

    Expansion means?

    • A.

      Use of classifiers to represent more space

    • B.

      Sign in a larger space

    • C.

      See if the deaf/ H.H individual understands what is being said

    • D.

      Clarifying a concept by means of giving examples

    Correct Answer
    D. Clarifying a concept by means of giving examples
    Explanation
    Expansion means clarifying a concept by means of giving examples. When we expand on a concept, we provide additional information or details to help illustrate or explain the concept further. Giving examples is a common method of expansion, as it allows us to provide real-life instances or scenarios that demonstrate how the concept works or is applied. By using examples, we can make the concept more understandable and relatable to the audience, enhancing their comprehension and knowledge on the topic.

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  • 25. 

    The National Anthem is an example of which linguistic register?

    • A.

      Consecutive

    • B.

      Formal

    • C.

      Frozen

    • D.

      Intimate

    Correct Answer
    C. Frozen
    Explanation
    The National Anthem is an example of the linguistic register known as "frozen." This register refers to language that is highly formal, fixed, and unchanging. The National Anthem is a set piece of text that is performed or recited in a specific manner and is not subject to variation or improvisation. It is a symbol of national identity and is typically performed on formal occasions, such as national holidays or sporting events. The use of the frozen register in the National Anthem helps to maintain its solemnity and significance.

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  • 26. 

    Which of the following includes all three?

    • A.

      MCE

    • B.

      SEE

    • C.

      CASE

    • D.

      Rochester Method

    Correct Answer
    A. MCE
    Explanation
    The correct answer is MCE because it is the only option that includes all three letters M, C, and E. SEE and CASE both lack the letter M, while Rochester Method does not include any of the letters M, C, or E.

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  • 27. 

    RID Means?

    Correct Answer
    Registry Interpreters for the Deaf
    Explanation
    RID stands for Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. It is a professional organization that certifies and supports sign language interpreters who work with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The organization provides resources, training, and ethical guidelines for interpreters to ensure effective communication between deaf individuals and hearing individuals in various settings.

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  • 28. 

    NAD means?

    Correct Answer
    National Association for the Deaf
    Explanation
    The acronym NAD stands for National Association for the Deaf. This organization is dedicated to advocating for the rights and well-being of deaf individuals. They work towards ensuring equal access to education, employment, and other opportunities for the deaf community. The NAD also promotes deaf culture and language, and provides resources and support for deaf individuals and their families.

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  • 29. 

    SEE means?

    Correct Answer
    Signing Exact English
    Explanation
    In the context of the National Interpreter Certification Exam, SEE stands for Signing Exact English. It’s a system of manual communication that strives to be an exact representation of English vocabulary and grammar. However, it’s worth noting that SEE is different from American Sign Language (ASL), which has its own grammar and syntax. 

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  • 30. 

    AVLIC Means?

    Correct Answer
    Association of Visual Language Interpreters of Canada
    Explanation
    AVLIC stands for Association of Visual Language Interpreters of Canada. This organization represents and supports professionals who provide interpretation services for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in Canada. AVLIC plays a crucial role in advocating for the rights and accessibility of the deaf community, promoting professional standards and development for interpreters, and fostering collaboration and networking among its members.

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  • 31. 

    AGBAD means?

    Correct Answer
    Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf/ Hard of hearing
    Explanation
    AGBAD stands for Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf/Hard of hearing. This association is dedicated to supporting individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as their families. Alexander Graham Bell, known for inventing the telephone, had a personal interest in communication and language development for the deaf. Therefore, this association was named after him to honor his contributions and to promote education, advocacy, and research in the field of deafness and hearing loss.

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  • 32. 

    NIC means?

    Correct Answer
    National Interpreter Certification
    Explanation
    NIC stands for National Interpreter Certification. It is a certification program that is designed to evaluate and recognize the skills and knowledge of interpreters who work in a variety of settings, such as healthcare, education, and legal. The certification ensures that interpreters meet certain standards of competency and professionalism, and it helps to ensure effective communication between individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing and those who do not use sign language. The National Interpreter Certification is a recognized and respected credential in the field of interpreting.

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  • 33. 

    CI means?

    Correct Answer
    Certified Interpreter
    Explanation
    CI is an abbreviation for Certified Interpreter. This term refers to an individual who has undergone a formal process of assessment and accreditation to demonstrate their proficiency and competence in interpreting. Being a Certified Interpreter indicates that the person has met the required standards and possesses the necessary skills and knowledge to provide accurate and reliable interpretation services in various settings.

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  • 34. 

    CT stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Certificate of Transliteration
    Explanation
    CT stands for Certificate of Transliteration. Transliteration refers to the process of converting text from one writing system to another, usually from one alphabet to another. A Certificate of Transliteration is a document that verifies the accurate conversion of text from one script to another. It is commonly used in situations where a person's name or other important information needs to be transliterated for official or legal purposes, such as for passports, visas, or other identification documents.

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  • 35. 

    Interpreters working in a high-stress environment are likely to suffer from?

    • A.

      Mental burnout

    • B.

      Carpel Tunnel

    • C.

      Repetitive motion injury

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Interpreters working in a high-stress environment are likely to suffer from mental burnout, carpal tunnel, and repetitive motion injury. High-stress environments can lead to mental exhaustion and burnout, which can negatively impact an interpreter's mental well-being. Additionally, the nature of their work, which involves constant typing and repetitive hand movements, can increase the risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive motion injuries. Therefore, all of the mentioned conditions are likely to affect interpreters working in high-stress environments.

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  • 36. 

    Which of the following includes someone with expert status?

    • A.

      Frozen

    • B.

      Consultative

    • C.

      Formal

    • D.

      Intimate

    Correct Answer
    C. Formal
    Explanation
    Formal includes someone with expert status because in a formal setting, individuals are expected to possess specialized knowledge and skills in their respective fields. Expertise is often associated with professionalism and the ability to provide authoritative information or guidance. Therefore, someone with expert status would be more likely to be found in a formal environment where their knowledge and expertise can be utilized and recognized.

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  • 37. 

    Which of the following is a sign parameter?

    • A.

      Classifiers

    • B.

      Eye gaze

    • C.

      Affect

    • D.

      Handshape

    Correct Answer
    D. Handshape
    Explanation
    Handshape is a sign parameter because it refers to the specific configuration or shape that the hand takes when producing a sign in sign language. Different handshapes can convey different meanings and are an essential component of sign language phonology and grammar. Handshape is one of the five main parameters of sign language, along with location, movement, palm orientation, and non-manual markers.

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  • 38. 

    When an interpreter is asked to give a testimony as an expert witness, s/he is most qualified to discuss?

    • A.

      Psychological aspects of deafness

    • B.

      Deaf Culture

    • C.

      Linguistic and cultural mediation

    • D.

      Deaf Education

    Correct Answer
    C. Linguistic and cultural mediation
    Explanation
    When an interpreter is asked to give a testimony as an expert witness, they are most qualified to discuss linguistic and cultural mediation. This is because interpreters have specialized knowledge and skills in facilitating communication between individuals who speak different languages or come from different cultural backgrounds. They are trained to understand and navigate the nuances of language and culture, ensuring accurate and effective communication between parties. Therefore, their expertise lies in providing linguistic and cultural mediation services in various settings, including legal proceedings where their testimony may be required.

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  • 39. 

    OTC stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Oral Transliteration Certificate
  • 40. 

    SC: L stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Specialized Certificate: Legal
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Specialized Certificate: Legal" because in the given context, SC is an abbreviation for "Specialized Certificate" and "Legal" is the specific field or specialization of the certificate. Therefore, "Specialized Certificate: Legal" accurately represents the meaning of SC in this scenario.

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  • 41. 

    MCSC Stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Master comprehensive Skills certificate
    Explanation
    MCSC stands for Master comprehensive Skills certificate. This certificate is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated a high level of proficiency and expertise in a specific set of skills. It signifies that the individual has attained mastery in their chosen field and has successfully completed a comprehensive training program or course. The MCSC is a recognized credential that can enhance career prospects and provide validation of the individual's skills and abilities.

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  • 42. 

    IC stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Interpreter Certificate
    Explanation
    IC stands for Interpreter Certificate. This refers to a certification that is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated proficiency in interpreting languages. This certification serves as proof of their skills and abilities in providing accurate and effective interpretation services. Obtaining an Interpreter Certificate can enhance job prospects and credibility in the field of interpretation.

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  • 43. 

    LRE stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Least restrictive environment
    Explanation
    LRE stands for Least Restrictive Environment. This refers to the educational setting in which a student with disabilities can best be included and receive appropriate support to meet their individual needs. The LRE principle promotes the idea that students with disabilities should be educated alongside their non-disabled peers to the maximum extent possible, while still receiving the necessary accommodations and services. This ensures that students with disabilities have equal opportunities for social interaction and academic progress, while also fostering a sense of inclusivity and acceptance within the school community.

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  • 44. 

    The Rehab Act of 1973 applies to ...?

    • A.

      Public colleges that receive federal funding

    • B.

      Private and public colleges

    • C.

      Private colleges

    • D.

      All vocational rehab students

    Correct Answer
    A. Public colleges that receive federal funding
    Explanation
    The Rehab Act of 1973 applies to public colleges that receive federal funding. This act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance. Therefore, public colleges that receive federal funding are required to provide equal access and accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Private colleges, on the other hand, may have their own policies and regulations regarding disability accommodations, but they are not directly governed by the Rehab Act unless they receive federal funding. The act also does not solely apply to vocational rehab students, but rather to all individuals with disabilities attending public colleges that receive federal funding.

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  • 45. 

    Which of the following means the same in both interpreting and transliterating?

    • A.

      Mouth Morphemes

    • B.

      Using conceptual signs

    • C.

      Grammar structure

    • D.

      Length of processing time

    Correct Answer
    B. Using conceptual signs
    Explanation
    Using conceptual signs means the same in both interpreting and transliterating. In both cases, the use of conceptual signs refers to conveying meaning through the use of visual symbols or gestures that represent abstract concepts or ideas. This means that when interpreting or transliterating, the focus is on conveying the intended meaning rather than simply translating word for word. This requires understanding the underlying concepts and using appropriate signs or gestures to accurately communicate those concepts. Therefore, using conceptual signs is a common element in both interpreting and transliterating.

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  • 46. 

    Which of the following is NOT a provision under the ADA?

    • A.

      Auxiliary aids and services must be provided to deaf individuals unless it causes an undue burden

    • B.

      Deaf people have the right to a certified Interpreter

    • C.

      Employers may not discriminate against deaf individuals in hiring for a job

    • D.

      Doctors may not bill deaf patients for interpreting services

    Correct Answer
    B. Deaf people have the right to a certified Interpreter
    Explanation
    Deaf people have the right to a certified Interpreter is not a provision under the ADA. While the ADA does require that auxiliary aids and services be provided to deaf individuals, including interpreters, it does not specifically state that they have the right to a certified interpreter. The ADA focuses on ensuring equal access and prohibits discrimination based on disability, but it does not guarantee specific qualifications or certifications for interpreters.

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  • 47. 

    What should interpreters do to help an assignment run smoothly?

    • A.

      Brief consumers who have never worked with an interpreter before

    • B.

      Meet with the consumers to determine language preferences

    • C.

      Receive materials ahead of time to prepare for unfamiliar or technical vocabulary

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Interpreters should do all of the above to help an assignment run smoothly. Briefing consumers who have never worked with an interpreter before helps set expectations and ensures effective communication. Meeting with the consumers to determine language preferences allows the interpreter to provide the most suitable interpretation. Receiving materials ahead of time helps the interpreter prepare for any unfamiliar or technical vocabulary, ensuring accurate and efficient interpretation. By doing all of these, interpreters can contribute to a smooth assignment.

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  • 48. 

    SHHH stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Self Help for the Hard of Hearing
    Explanation
    SHHH stands for Self Help for the Hard of Hearing. This organization provides support, resources, and advocacy for individuals who are hard of hearing. They aim to improve the quality of life for those with hearing loss by offering information on assistive devices, communication strategies, and coping skills. The acronym "SHHH" represents the organization's mission to empower individuals to help themselves and find solutions to the challenges they face due to hearing loss.

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  • 49. 

    ITP stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Interpreter training program
  • 50. 

    CASE stands for?

    Correct Answer
    Conceptually accurate signed english
    Explanation
    The acronym CASE stands for Conceptually Accurate Signed English. This term refers to a communication system that combines aspects of both American Sign Language (ASL) and English. It is used to support individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in understanding spoken English by providing signs that visually represent the concepts and structure of the English language. CASE aims to ensure accurate communication and comprehension by using signs that are conceptually accurate rather than word-for-word translations.

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