second translator Kristine spilko 10H

Becoming a translator of written texts takes practice, skill, and patience with yourself. It is a fast-growing field that offers many opportunities to learn new things and work with many different types of people. You are the bridge between communication and how people can learn, grow, and talk to one another.

skills: Excellent reading and comprehension skills in your source language(s), Excellent reading and comprehension skills in your source language(s)and you need to be confident to talk to people and you need to know at least 3 different languages.

You need excellent reading and comprehension skills in your source language(s) because, you have to be a very good writer, with excellent grammar and knowledge of different writing styles in your native language.

You need excellent reading and comprehension skills in your source language(s) because you need to be fluent or almost fluent in your source language(s) so you can understand source texts perfectly and truly know what you are translating.

you need to be confident because if you be shy and don't talk clear people wont know what you are saying or hear you.

Qualifications: GCSEs required – Normally you need at least a B in English GCSE grade to be a doctor, however higher results are preferred. You generally are not able to make up for lower GCSE performance with good A-levels, A-levels required – As mentioned many universities require at least AS-level in both Biology and Chemistry.

What you do for a translator: You could work on a number of subjects and projects, or specialise in a particular area, like ,scientific, technical or commercial material ,legal documents , literary work ,media work ,educational resources ,online content

working hours: You’ll work 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday ,You’ll usually be office-based and you may work alone for a lot of the time. You may need to visit clients, experts or specialist organisations, but most contact would be by email, phone or post.

Salary: Starter: £18,000 Experienced: £30,000 Highly Experienced: £40,000 Freelance translators are usually paid around £75 to £210 or more per 1000 words, depending on the language. These figures are a guide.

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