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#1180166 - 12/31/15 05:36 PM Native speaker wanted
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I am looking for a native speaker who would be so kind to go through my page and correct my English.


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#1238604 - 10/04/16 10:26 AM Re: Native speaker wanted [Re: Maren]
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i am not going to give you a fish but teach you how to fish

do use Google translator
it is pretty precise, i even use it to translate CHINESE into various languages
not very precise with Chinese but does give you a rough idea about general meaning

Above All, NO NEED TO WRITE perfectly, just try to make yourself understand, use baby language like I do
Die Jungen fahrt schnell aber die Alten kennt die Strassen
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#1239153 - 10/06/16 03:41 PM Re: Native speaker wanted [Re: cocovelo88]
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I believe that the thread starter is in demand of a "good translation". A translation, which just "can be understood" might be provided by Google Translator. However, a translation, which e.g. can be used as newspaper article, would require more fine tuning. Since I am not a native English speaker, I would not be able to produce "perfect translations" ... and my English is quite o.k.
Gruß, Arnulf

"Ein Leben ohne Radfahren ist möglich, aber sinnlos" (frei nach Loriot)
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