"Voice-coaching"
Thread poster: Helene Martin-Hernandez

Helene Martin-Hernandez  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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English to French
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Feb 14, 2007

Hello all!
I know this question had been discussed on the forums, but the response were not quite right to my own situation. Basically, I hav been asked to provide a quote for "voice coaching", which consists in going to a studio (or the company site), and giving guidance regarding pronunciation of about 20 lines.
I thought about charging an hourly rate, but would that be right, and how much should I charge? And should this rate include the journey expenses?
Thank you all for sharing your experience with me.
Hélène


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Williamson  Identity Verified
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Local time: 21:53
Flemish to English
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In 2003 Feb 14, 2007

In 2003 my voice-coach charged 50 euros per hour.
Of course, you should include travel-costs.


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