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English V8: Bitchier than ever!
En el foro de Chat
I took the liberty to open this thread because I always wanted to. GG, you can hit me later (?)
Oh, and mele: It's Mrs. Sheffield then.
Sirena dijo: 20.03.09
Never thought it was possible.....
Well, believe it! It's been long and here we are
Melenístico! dijo: 20.03.09
I haven't realized that we ha passed the number 500 post.
English chat we love you! Hahaha!
mariano_1121 dijo: 20.03.09
heyyy! new version I pass to say HI
I can't stop singing Hot'n'Cold by Katy Perry. GG should know it's her fault.
Sante! dijo: 20.03.09
Lalala, dont ya wanna dance like her also?
I slep 2 hours in skills English (in da school)
Melenístico! dijo: 20.03.09
Kate Perry is not cold, but she's so HOT!
I really like her.
I'm really sleepy... I should go to sleep early since I called my girlfriends today and we're going dog-walking tomorrow morning
mr.haydar dijo: 20.03.09
Hi guys .
I really need help trying to get this done for an american friend of mine who just got his cuil to work in argentina. Here is his cv.. The thing is , i ve been trying to get this translated , but didnt work since i have trouble trying to translate words from english into spanish.
I dont really translate words when i speak, i just understand what those words mean but i have hard times trying to find the translation into spanish words.
Here is th cv... (some parts have been edited )
Native speaker of English from the U.S.A. with extensive experience teaching English as a second language in Latin America, including Buenos Aires and Caracas. Ten-year career in journalism with expert editing and proofreading skills. Experience in high volume call center. Intermediate Spanish speaker/writer.
English Language Instructor, Venezuela, Miami, and Argentina
English teacher in Caracas, Venezuela, at several large institutes, including the British Council. English teacher in Miami for six months. Currently teaches English in Buenos Aires privately and at several language institutes, specializing in executive students.
Online Health Reporter, www.health24news.com, Washington, D.C.
Covered breaking health news for daily, 24-hour online medical publication. Wrote several stories per day on tight deadlines. Intense Internet research. Website defunct.
Science Policy Reporter, U.S. Medicine (www.usmedicine.com), Washington, D.C.
Reported on medical breakthroughs and in-depth stories of relevance to U.S. government physicians. Covered Congress, medical conferences, and interviewed government officials and leading scientists. Developed unique sources and proposed original story ideas.
Health Reporter, The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (BNA), Washington, D.C.
Reported and edited copy under tight daily deadlines for national news and information publisher. Covered both national and state issues related to medicine, national health care reform, and innovative cost saving strategies. Duties included out-of-town assignments and remote filing of stories.
Call Center Researcher, The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (BNA), Washington, D.C.
Researched high volume customer inquiries involving government regulations and laws. Tracked major federal and state legislation and regulations in the labor, health care, legal, tax, and environmental areas. Wrote articles for weekly research newsletter and press releases. (Promoted from index proofreader)
Editorial Freelancer, Washington, D.C.
Edited and proofread on assignment for clients that included acclaimed magazines, law firms, and the federal government. Work involved intensive examination of detailed information under tight deadlines.
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Bachelor of Arts, 1986, Major: Journalism/Government
Konstanz University, Konstanz, Germany, 1983
Well i guess the last part is not a big deal, but when it comes to the job description one, it gets hard cause i dont know the meaning in spanish for some words. .
Whoever can help us up will be welcome !