Article: Translating Business Letters into Japanese: Organization, Common Etiquettes, and Helpful Websites
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This topic is for discussion of the ProZ.com translation article "Translating Business Letters into Japanese: Organization, Common Etiquettes, and Helpful Websites".

 

Alberto Sanz
Japan
Local time: 01:17
Spanish to Japanese
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waiting for these inputs so long...thank you Dec 14, 2009

Dear friend, I have been looking for this type of information till I found your article. Search is overicon_smile.gif

Even though the links are aimed at Japanese native speakers, for Japanese students it is also very helpful as many times they struggle to find the Japanese etiquette sentence patterns.

Thanks again.

Alberto


 


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