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English term or phrase:an antire article......
Polish translation:Read on, please
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22:35 Jun 18, 2001
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: an antire article......
Actually, I have an entire article I want translated so that my parents can understand it. CAn you please reply first and I'll e-mail the entire thing (it's only about a page and half long) thank you.
Patty
Read on, please
Explanation:
Dear Patty,

First, I want to apologize for the confusing signals you have
encountered: at the moment, as the ProZ site is getting its facelift,
there happen to be two links for "translation help." Since you wound up clicking on the link to the KudoZ section of ProZ, let me explain
that KudoZ' mission is providing translators who have terminology
questions with some help but not translating a whole page.
I'd recommend that in the future you "post a job" instead by clicking on "Need translation? Post a job."

Alternatively, you can pick an English to Polish translator to handle your job. There are many excellent translators on ProZ. To find one in the language combination you require, click on "Find pros" (http://www.proz.com/v3/index.php3?sp=wi&sid=)and select the "source" and the "target" languages.

Otherwise, translators cannot communicate with you since you have not provided your e-mail address.

Hope that will help.

Regards,

Jacek Krankowski
Moderator EN=>PL
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Explanation:
Dear Patty,

First, I want to apologize for the confusing signals you have
encountered: at the moment, as the ProZ site is getting its facelift,
there happen to be two links for "translation help." Since you wound up clicking on the link to the KudoZ section of ProZ, let me explain
that KudoZ' mission is providing translators who have terminology
questions with some help but not translating a whole page.
I'd recommend that in the future you "post a job" instead by clicking on "Need translation? Post a job."

Alternatively, you can pick an English to Polish translator to handle your job. There are many excellent translators on ProZ. To find one in the language combination you require, click on "Find pros" (http://www.proz.com/v3/index.php3?sp=wi&sid=)and select the "source" and the "target" languages.

Otherwise, translators cannot communicate with you since you have not provided your e-mail address.

Hope that will help.

Regards,

Jacek Krankowski
Moderator EN=>PL

Jacek Krankowski
PRO pts in pair: 2960
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