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17:46 Sep 14, 2007
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Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Education / Pedagogy / Declaration of Employment
Spanish term or phrase: Ingresa Profra
I think that this means: "Enrolled Teacher" (not sure), it is in the context: Ingresa Profra, Titulada de Primaria con 3/4 de tiempo...."
emilia eliseo
United States
Local time: 09:38

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Joins (see explanation)

Ingresa in this context means that a new part-time teacher is joining the school staff. I would change the structure to something like: A new teacher is joining us or we are getting a new teacher, a new team members is joining us, s/he is a part-time teacher, etc. Hope it helps


Local time: 07:38
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Asker: Thanks Azjauncarlos!

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