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Specializing

Elizabeth Hill Barsanti (X) Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 23:36
Italian to English
SpecializingMar 11, 2011

This is a rare thing: a truly useful article, well organized and clearly and concisely written. My thanks to the author.

 

EDITH NKWOCHA Identity Verified
Andorra
Local time: 23:36
English
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SpecializingNov 28, 2011

Well-organized, clear/concise and very relevant.

 

Md Abu Alam Identity Verified
Bangladesh
Local time: 04:36
Member (2009)
English to Bengali
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SpecializingDec 6, 2011

Well written- very relevant and useful.

 

3ADE shadab
Local time: 04:06
Hindi to English
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Spacializing Specialization in specifying the translator speciesDec 6, 2011

All credit goes to the author for gifting us such an informative as well as the short and snappy summarization. It will equally prove to be a good guide for excelling in the field of translation as well as getting known about Proz and the other translation industries. It is an well encouraging article that can enthusiast many new comer translators to choose the right track for their career.

 

Josephine Cassar Identity Verified
Local time: 23:36
Member (2012)
Italian to English
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SpecialisationNov 13, 2012

Agree completely with way argument was developed & suggestiosn

 

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