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A good and easy way to get paid. Make it easier for your customers and be sure that you receive your money.
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» How to Teach English As a Second Language
By Slavis | Published 04/7/2015 | Other Specialties | Recommendation:
Are you an English teacher? Would you like to succeed in your job? Is it, at times, difficult for you to answer the question of ‘How to teach a second language?’ Would you like to know how to avoid the most common mistakes? As a teacher with several years of experience, I dare say that the key to success is a good understanding of your students, their learning abilities and their needs.
» Translation and the Fly in the Glass of Milk
By Adriana Adarve | Published 04/1/2015 | Spanish , Translator Education | Recommendation:
It is disturbing and worrisome when documents translated into Spanish, for example, include initial capitals for all titles in their texts, contrary to codified Spanish practice, capital letters after colons, capitalized bullet lists, incorrect word order, just to mention a few of the issues carelessly imposed on the Spanish language nowadays. When this happens, linguistic standards are being eroded by the willy-nilly exchange of rules and codes from language to language.
» Big tenders for small jobs are not realistic
By Łukasz Gos-Furmankiewicz | Published 03/30/2015 | Business Issues | Recommendation:
Do you ever see or post those ads looking for multiple candidates to participate in a competitive quoting procedure for a 70-word job at six to eight cents per word? Or something for which the price is set at $5, $10, $20? If so, do you seriously think it's a good idea?
» Job posters — how to make projects more exciting
By Łukasz Gos-Furmankiewicz | Published 03/30/2015 | Business Issues | Recommendation:
A job doesn't become exciting just because you put that word in the title or the text. But a job doesn't have to be exciting to be wanted. It's okay to quit the pretence and be normal. That is already, in itself, quite exciting (especially when you reach a certain age).
» How to translate advertisement and marketing texts
By 2efficient | Published 03/26/2015 | Sales/Marketing Translation | Recommendation:
Few tips and tricks to produce a good marketing translation.
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