Fuad Yahya wrote:
If he is not a translator, is he volunteering as an interpreter.
From what he said he is willng to serve in any capacity, really
I assume has has very limited Arabic computing capabilities (use of Arabic keyboard, use of Arabic in MS Word). How reliable is his knowledge of Modern Standard Arabic (written Arabic) grammar and spelling?
Well, I can't judge but he did mention that he can write Arabic with his
home computer, he has DSL, and asked whether the computer I showed him today (a Mac Mini) has Microsoft Office, so I presumed that he is familiar with that program.
He has Ph.D and V.M.D. degrees so I assume his Arabic is excellent. His written English has flaws but I think he knows that because he's mainly interested in English to Arabic work.