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Article: Certificates, Curriculum Vitae and other Credentials: Creating an Important Translation Specialty
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This topic is for discussion of the ProZ.com translation article "Certificates, Curriculum Vitae and other Credentials: Creating an Important Translation Specialty ".

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Constantinos Faridis
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wrong! Feb 7, 2010

curriculum vitae has'nt plural. Vitae is the genitive case of word latin vita (=life) vitae means of life.

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Maria Karra  Identity Verified
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vitae Feb 7, 2010

Constantine, you might want to contact the author about this and ask her to edit her title. I don't know if authors get notification when there's a new forum thread about their article.

If you read the rest of the article you'll see that the author uses the word correctly, e.g.

- affidavits (for marriage in a foreign country, for example)
- curriculum vitae/resumes
- medical records


I don't know what happened with the title. Maybe that "s" was added later by accident?


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Suzanne Deliscar  Identity Verified
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Thank You Feb 8, 2010

Constantine, thank you for pointing out that error. I will see how I can get it corrected on the site.

Maria, thank you for sending me a personal e-mail alerting me to this post. I did not get an automatic notification, so I would not have know about it without you. Thanks again, very kind of you.


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Jared Tabor
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Title edited Feb 10, 2010

Hi Suzanne,

I've edited the title of the article for you. Check it and make sure everything is in order, and if other changes are needed, just let me know.

Best regards,

Jared


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