The Translation of the Torah Reading

Having 1 translator, or 2 simultaneous translators: Rosh HaShanah 27a; Megillah 21b
Having a minor translate: Megillah 24a
Having a person wearing torn, ragged clothing translate: Megillah 24a
Having a blind person translate: Megillah 24a
Allowing the reader to aid the translator: Megillah 32a
How many verses may be read in between translations: Megillah 23b, 24a
Translating the sections on the Creation of the Universe: Megillah 25a-b
Translating the story of Lot and his daughters: Megillah 25b
Translating the story of Reuven and Bilhah: Megillah 25a, 25b
Translating the story of Yehudah and Tamar: Megillah 25a, 25b
Translating the first and second tellings of the story of the Golden Calf: Megillah 25a, 25b
Translating the blessing of the Jews via the Kohanim: Megillah 25a, 25b
Translating the blessings and curses of the pre-entry to Israel covenant: Megillah 25b
Translating the story of the Concubine in Giv'ah: Megillah 25b
Translating the story of King David, Amnon and Tamar: Megillah 25a, 25b [2x]
Translating the story of King David and Avshalom: Megillah 25b
Translating punishments prophesied for the Jewish people: Megillah 25b

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