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14:06 Nov 2, 2006
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Portuguese to English translations [PRO] Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / FORMA - PERÍODO DE INGRESSO / PERÍODO DE SAÍDA
Portuguese term or phrase:FORMA - PERÍODO DE INGRESSO / PERÍODO DE SAÍDA
É claro no Histório, que a palavra FORMA é para descrever a FORMA como ele entrou no curso (VESTIBULAR) e a FORMA como saiu (CONCLUSION)
Explanation: i think that you need to change the whole thing in English. I understand the idea, but it's not something that you say in English or that people would understand without explanation. in the US, at least, you enter college by taking the SAT's or ACT's and applying; so a typical american doesn't understand that in Brazil you enter by taking the vestibular for the specific school and program that you want to enter. is it really all that important to say HOW he entered and left the program? my suggestion would be either to leave it out completely or make a translator's note.
sarahjeanne Brazil Local time: 15:19 Native speaker of: English
Notes to answerer
Asker: Hi Sarah. I decided this way: Admission and Start Period (ADMISSION BY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION) and Leaving and End Period