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3.3 No triangles!
Trained interpreters know that when three people in an interpreted conversation form a human triangle both participants will look at the interpreter.

Sometimes space constraints prevent you from taking the ideal position. For example, your client may be seated behind a desk in a cramped space and the other participant is seated in a chair in front of the desk. In this case, rather then sitting next to the desk and forming a triangle, you would sit next to and slightly behind the other participant.

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