Working languages:
Arabic to English
English to Arabic

Translation requires meaning, not words

Damascus, Dimashq, Syria
Local time: 11:18 EET (GMT+2)

Native in: Arabic Native in Arabic, English Native in English
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Account type Freelance translator and/or interpreter
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Services Translation, Interpreting, Editing/proofreading
Specializes in:
Poetry & LiteratureJournalism

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Portfolio Sample translations submitted: 2
Translation education Bachelor's degree - Lebanese International University
Experience Years of translation experience: 6. Registered at Jun 2016. Certified PRO certificate(s) N/A
Credentials N/A
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Software Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint
What does it take to be a real translator/interpreter? Is it the cliché of mastering many languages? Mastering the skills of precision and accuracy? Or is it just a talent born with very few people? The answer is, none of these alone can make a translator, because knowledge and language alone aren’t what translation is all about. The translation process is like a bridge, transporting a whole culture that broad from ideology, morals, habits, traditions, and many more in a way for another culture to comprehend using merely words … not as easy as it sounds, and not many people possess the ability to challenge themselves and work under the pressure of constantly changing language.

A strong interest in Translation and Interpretation has encouraged me to apply for a job opportunity at this fine organization. As a candidate for a Bachelor’s degree in Translation and Interpretation at Lebanese International University, I am very well prepared to contribute the skills I have acquired in my classes and information I have gathered from translating different subjects into excelling in my career. What are those skills you may ask? Language is a good start, after a lot of hard work I was able to speak, write, and read fluently in Arabic, English, and French all together. Translation skills on the other hand are what this is all about; during the 3 years I have spent in university I have had the chance to research and translate/interpret different subjects that range from legal documents, economic texts, medical texts, literature, scientific and technical texts, UN documents and speeches, and journalistic articles, a little knowledge from every piece of subject I can get my hands on is always welcome.

Profile last updated
Jul 3, 2016

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