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8.1 Request to speak directly to the audience
People who are speaking to an audience using an interpreter tend to look at the interpreter. But you want the speaker to look at the audience and interface with them just as if they understood the language. It should be as though the speaker were having a conversation directly with the audience, not with the interpreter.

If the speaker forgets to do this, it is your job to remind the speaker, saying, for example:

"The interpreter reminds you to speak directly to the audience."

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