I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and tell a little bit about my background. Expressing myself in English is something which has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. In this day and age we aren't limited any longer to our native language - there are many opportunities for those growing up today to communicate in several different tongues. Naturally the internet revolution has played a huge part in this. Kids these days are becoming more and more proficient in English, wherever they're from.
I've been using computers for nearly as long as I can remember; I believe I was about age ten when I first acquired a PC - just about everything about it was written in English. We didn't get connected to 'the grid' until the late nineties but it still feels like it's been quite some time now since I was first introduced to the great World Wide Web. I've certainly made good use of it the past few years and I've spent countless hours reading and writing about subjects and artifacts of interest over the Web. I know that I still have much to learn though - I believe I've read somewhere that the English language is made up of over 400,000 words - and that the average Englishman has a vocabulary of around 10,000. That's something to think about.
I apologize that I'm unable to include a proper CV but I'll make an effort (see below) to provide you with a list of elements that may be of relevance. Should you come to the conclusion that my services must be dismissed on grounds of lack of experience or proper accreditations (or obvious incompetence!), I'd like to ask you to please consider mailing me some test material and giving me the opportunity to show you what kind of product I'm able to deliver. I'm looking forward to hearing from you, whatever your response may be.
- I've spent 5 months living in Sydney, Australia.
- I'm a perfectionist. When I start on something I don't give up easily.
- I speak some Spanish and a little French.