Written translation is the most popular type of translations used for various purposes. This is a reproduction of the content of the original document by means of the language of translation in a written form.
Consecutive translation is a type of oral translations. During consecutive translation session the speaker makes a pause for the interpreter to translate all he said. Translation of this kind is normally used at the events with a limited numbers of participants.
Simultaneous translation is a type of translation which suggests that the interpreter translates into the target language whatever is being said by the speaker as quickly as possible while the above is still speaking and tries to match his speech speed to that of the speaker.