Working languages:
English to Russian
English to Ukrainian
Polish to Russian

Anastasiia Gudyma
smile, dance, sing

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Native in: Russian (Variant: Standard-Russia) Native in Russian, Ukrainian (Variant: Standard-Ukraine) Native in Ukrainian
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Services Translation, Interpreting, Editing/proofreading, Voiceover (dubbing), Subtitling
Expertise
Specializes in:
Cooking / CulinaryPoetry & Literature
Marketing / Market Research


Rates
English to Russian - Rates: 0.05 - 0.11 USD per word / 19 - 25 USD per hour
English to Ukrainian - Rates: 0.05 - 0.11 USD per word / 19 - 25 USD per hour
Polish to Russian - Rates: 0.05 - 0.11 USD per word / 19 - 25 USD per hour
Polish to Ukrainian - Rates: 0.05 - 0.11 USD per word / 19 - 25 USD per hour
Russian to Ukrainian - Rates: 0.05 - 0.11 USD per word / 19 - 25 USD per hour

Preferred currency EUR
Payment methods accepted Visa, MasterCard, Wire transfer, Money order, PayPal
Portfolio Sample translations submitted: 1
Experience Years of translation experience: 6. Registered at ProZ.com: Feb 2013.
ProZ.com Certified PRO certificate(s) N/A
Credentials English to Russian (Donietsk univer. of economics and trade)
English to Ukrainian (Donietsk univer. of economics and trade)
Polish to Russian (Jagiellonian University)
Polish to Ukrainian (Uniwersytet Jagielloński - Filologia Germańska - Specjalizacja Translatologiczna)
Memberships N/A
Software Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office Pro, Microsoft Word
CV/Resume Polish (DOC)
About me
Hello everyone
My name is Anastasiia, and I want to use my good knowledge of languages by starting a career of translator or interptreter. I dont have an education in this field but Im sure that my life experience of travelling and working abroad is more important and useful.
I want to tell alittle bit about how I've started to learn languages.
I'm Ukrainian. That's why I have two native languages Ukrainian and Russian. One year ago I went to study in Poland and this is how I became fluent in Polish. After all I was encouraged to create this profile by my boyfriend who is living with me now in Poland and who is English, and that is how I became fluent in English!
I think this is very important because I ask him to check every word I've translated or explaine me in other words when I'm not sure about the meaning of the text (my fluency still doesnt make English my native language)
I've already have an experience in translations. Among my clients mostly were my professors from universities but also friends and frieds of my friends (so in fact random people for me).
I have done translation / proofreading work related to various topics:
humanities, technical writing, fine arts, electronics, gaming, history, movie subtitles, marketing, user's guides, GUI strings, websites, surveys, online tests, healgh (general), magazine articles, newsletters, reports, music, interviews, descriptions of products, sports, contracts & agreements, letters, food & wine industry, press releases, etc.

In my view, there are several key elements to fruitful collaboration:
-Provide accurate translations with the use of experience, research and tools
-Maintain clear and reactive communication in all stages of work
-Being flexible on rates, to accomodate clients' requirements
-ALWAYS deliver the work on time!

I truly enjoy working as a translator and as well as the challenge of communicating the exact same meaning to an audience with a different language and culture.

I am flexible on rates and always come to a suitable agreement with my clients. I provide very fast turnabout, while always maintaining work of the highest quality.

Do not hesitate to contact me for any project you may need help with.
Looking forward to collaborating with you!

Regards,

Anastasiia


Profile last updated
Mar 4, 2013






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