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How much to charge for translating a book
Thread poster: Mark Nathan

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France
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Member (2002)
French to English
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Sep 19, 2003

I have been asked to quote for translating a 55,000 word book about a semi-technical subject with which I am reasonably familiar.
They are prepared to give me a couple of months to do it.
Is 0.06 euros/word about right?
Is there a usual procedure for proof reading? i.e. am I or the client expected to pay someone else to proof read it?


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