Reference Act 2: 1-19
Further in Acts, Paul states he wish all could speak in tongues (like himself) but goes on to say that the Gift of Tongues is not the only gift and mentions Interpretation as a gift.
In the above reference, Pentecost and Descent of the Holy Spirit, we have “all those present in the room” after the Spirit’s descent on each, speaking in Tongues.
Then we have all in the crowd wondering about “all those present speaking…” and hearing them in their native language.
Peter then becomes the dominant speaking, says these speaking aren’t drunk and reaches back into Hebrew Tradition and sites a passage about the Lord doing great works and the "sons and daughters prophesying.
MY QUESTION: and this may only be the way I received this as a child - were those gifted with Tongues speaking charismatically as we know today, and are those hearing them speak “in their own language”, being gifted with Interpretation.
I have always thought, having been told that those speaking in tongues, were speaking the languages of all those present. And, yet, reason, which is a very weak word, suggests that both gifts of Tongues and Interpretation are present.