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  1. Any act, or utterance, of the interpreter that goes beyond interpreting and is intended to remove a barrier to communication or service delivery, is called:[Points: 1]
  2. The act of interrupting the interpreted session to address a problem or concern is defined as an/a:[Points: 1]
  3. Perception is subjective. What you perceive might not necessarily be true. Is this statement[Points: 1]
  4. 4.[Points: 1]

    A bias which you don’t know you have is called an bias.

  5. 5.[Points: 1]

    As explained in this segment, Type 1 and Type 2 thinking refer to the at which you think, to come up with an adequate analysis of the situation.

  6. Do you think it’s a good idea to have certain scripts prepared as a prologue to a possible intervention.[Points: 1]
  7. Give an example of how an unconscious bias can affect the interpreter’s decision to intervene (use an example different to those given in the segment).[Points: 0]
  8. The uterus is also known as the ‘womb’.[Points: 1]
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