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English to Spanish: A Country biscuit recipe (not real) Detailed field: Food & Drink
Source text - English The ingredients need for this recipe are: 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup whole milk, cold, unsalted butter, 2 teaspoons baking powder, and egg wash from a single egg. You will need a mixing bowl and a sifter. The dough needs to be leavened with a little yeast and softened with warm, melted butter. Bake the bread at 425 degrees F (220 degrees C).
Translation - Spanish Los ingredientes nescesitados para esta receta: una taza de harina común, una cucharadita de sal, una taza de leche entera, mantequilla fría y sin sal, dos cucharaditas de polvo de hornear, y barniz de huevo batido. Necesitará un cuenco para mezclar y un tamiz. La masa necesita hacerse fermentar con un poco de polvo de hornear y ser blandida con mantequilla derretida y tibia. Hornee el pan a 425 grados F (220 grados C).
Other - Virginia Institute of Interpreting
Years of translation experience: 9. Registered at ProZ.com: Nov 2010.
My native language is American English and I provide services for Spanish to English translation. Moreover, I interpret from Spanish to English and English to Spanish both consecutively and simultaneously. I love to learn language, interpret, and translate texts in my head or, sometimes when I'm free to do so, out loud!
I have interpreted and/or translated at various locations such as: fast food restaurants, at a center for those in need, and I am in school to get a degree in the Spanish language. So far, I've been awarded my certificate from the Virginia Institute of Interpreting. I also study the Russian language and am teaching my friend English as he teaches me Russian. I can't speak Russian fluently, however, I can read it a little easier.