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Hi Joanna, i am wondering what UG stands for. i can speak a bit of german, lived 15 km from border but never heard of UG wohnung. cannot find it on the
Could you tell me the full name abbreviated: Diedr.? I think it may be Diederich but I'm not sure. Thank you for your help.
Any idea what Brummfidel means in English, as in the phrase Brummfidel, Pestilenz und Weltuntergang. I've checked about 20 online dictionaries. No luck.
Hello Joanna What a brilliant idea for a website - thank you so much! I am 57 now and have always been interested in translating. I have a Joint Honours
Hi Joanna, I live in Nova Scotia, Canada, and am looking for a degree or certification program I can take online. I am completely bilingual, and have
Exploring the world of literary translation from German to English – my first experiences in book translation and life as a literary translator.
Professional German translation means being a member of a respected language translation association.
Upgrade your profile as a German translator and win customers with membership of NAATI, the Australian Accreditation Authority for Translators & Interpreters
Find your ideal German translation undergraduate or postgraduate degree with our index of German language translation courses in Australia.
Speech to text software can revolutionise the work of a German translator – why I’m working with Dragon Naturally Speaking software and how it’s makes my German translation more efficient.
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