Project: French > English bilinguals required
Thread poster: Kamarate

Kamarate
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:15
Apr 20, 2010

Hi everyone, I realise I'm new on here and this may not be proper etiquette, but a friend of mine suggested I try ProZ to make contacts for participants in my Masters dissertation project.

I require bilingual subjects who have been schooled in an English-speaking country, and to have at least one native French-speaking parent, with whom they speak French.

The bilinguals would have to translate less than 500 words of a non-specialised text from French to English. They cannot have studied languages or translation after school age.

If anyone at all can help or thinks that someone they know may be able to help, please get in contact. I really appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!


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Mohamed Mehenoun  Identity Verified
Algeria
Local time: 19:15
Member (2008)
English to French
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I think I can.. Apr 21, 2010

Hello,

I have a group on linkedin for polyglots; I can send an announcement for you if you wish so... Just contact me via a private message...

Cheers !

MoH


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