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Translating "Untranslatables" in Medical Translation

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French to Spanish
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Good but short Nov 9

A course with concise and good content. Eryn's explanations were clear and she went straight to the point. She is a great communicator. I consider that the time spent on the course's content was too short, because the introduction was too long, and the explanations about the platform were unnecessary because all attendants were supposed to read the instructions before starting. We paid for an hour of training, but we got a fraction of it. Other than that, I appreciate the effort you put on it. Thank you!

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