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Looking for Native English speaker!

Discussion in 'UO Europa' started by Splup, Oct 31, 2011.

  1. Splup

    Splup Guest

    Hello,

    I guess putting this to Atlantic or some other American shard forum would be more efficient when looking for a native English speaker, but since I play Europa I decided to put the thread here.

    I am looking for someone native English to check through my CV. I am pretty much fluent in English, but business english is always special so I would appreciate if someone could read it through.

    you can send me a message to [email protected] or just put a message here if interested.

    Thank you in advance!
     
  2. Cailleach

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    Just logged into skpe, so send it over :)
     
  3. Chap

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    moi

    today I am native english speaker;

    When it comes to translating CV into english its a few obstacles to be aware of. First of all all the special titles can be a pain in the ass, to translate. secondly im also assuming you're after work outside the land of the mumietrolls, I suggest looking into Europass and Europass CV. Its like a standardization of CVs to apply to jobs throughout the EU countries.

    I think they even have a translator for titles.


    peela kannsani


    Cailleach :lick:


    as for the citizen of brittania, I have an announcement next week, stay tuned!