This chapter shows that important elements of a speech can also be noted in the left-hand margin in order to make student interpreter stand out and thus facilitate the production stage of consecutive. These elements may be split into four categories: who, structural elements – numbering, digressions and questions, dates and anything important. The interpreter should return the favour by noting clearly in the margin the same numbers. Digressions are usually delivered more quickly and at a lower volume, in accordance with their secondary status within the speech. There are no rules to note-taking, only ideas that can help, which student interpreter choose to use or not. Consequently, if they feel that something said is particularly important and needs to stand out very clearly in their notes, try putting it in the margin.