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Thread poster: Pamela Cruz

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Chile
Local time: 20:51
Partial member (2004)
English to Spanish
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Jul 6, 2005

Hello everybody,

A new client asked me for my Language Sign Off rate. What does it mean exactly? Thanks in advance

Pamela


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Olav Rixen
Canada
Local time: 16:51
English to German
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Proofreading? Jul 7, 2005

To sign off on something means to approve something. So my guess is they want to know your rates for proofreading. If in doubt, just ask them.

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