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What does it mean \"monolingual\" if one is looking for an interpreter?
Thread poster: Magda Dziadosz

Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
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Jun 6, 2002

I have noticed recently several job offers in eng>eng pair which as a matter of fact are eng>other language jobs.



eg. eng>eng English Portuguese Interpretation, 1 week MUST LIVE in MONTREAL region,



eng>eng PT Position for Chinese Interpreter (English Mandarin/Cantonese/Fujian)etc.



Is there a bug or some problem with the fileds the posters are supposed to fill or should we understand that these posters have no clue what interpreting is about?



Magda



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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
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I wonder why ... Jun 6, 2002

this topic never made to the front page???

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