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5 Reasons Not to Learn Romanian, by Guest Blogger Alina Cincan

5 Reasons Not to Learn Romanian It appears that there might be a trend that translators recommend to not learn any foreign languages. After all, this would increase our chances of business in the long run. Here is the latest contribution by guest blogger and fellow translator Alina Cincan: Inspired by Tim’s post on 5 […]

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How a bad translation could cost you your Greencard!

How a bad translation could cost you your Greencard! As some of you might know, one potential way to get a Greencard for the US is through a job offer.  During the application procedure for obtaining such residence permit, the US Citizen and Immigration Services will review whether or not your education actually meets the […]

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Becoming a Zen translator: The beginning of the path

Becoming a Zen translator: The beginning of the path After practicing law for a few years, my body and mind gave me several “hints” that I was working above my limits. I had severe lower back problems, disrupted sleep, and frequent headaches interchanging with stomach problems. My briefcase at that time looked like a mini-pharmacy. […]

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