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  • "miroslav" is male
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Date of registration: Jun 19th 2017

Language Team: Serbian

Focus Group: Translator

Location: Serbia & Dominican Republic

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Monday, June 19th 2017, 4:38pm

Multilingual

Hi supporters of RBE,

I am from Serbia, living currently in Dominican Republic. Born in Germany, so far I lived as well in Greece, Cyprus, Tunisia, Egypt, Croatia, Mexico, Maldives, Tanzania and Cape Verde for different periods of time. Yes, I do like to travel. I also managed to learn some languages this way, as I speak German, English, Spanish, Italian, French and Russian beside my native one. Scuba diving is my hobby and profession, instructing divers worldwide since 2002. I would be happy to contribute in any way I can to the translator projects at TVP. Cheers

  • "Mr_Z" is male

Posts: 866

Date of registration: Dec 24th 2011

Language Team: English

Focus Group: English Proofreader
Final Reviewer
Language Coordinator

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Thursday, June 29th 2017, 6:03pm

Greetings Miroslav! and welcome to the family.

So that's quite the selection of languages you are offering! You say "from Serbia" so I assume that is your native tongue and easiest for you to translate from English, but hey- mutilingual is OK too! So I suggest you scroll down the main page at http://forum.linguisticteam.org/, click into one or more of the language teams and introduce yourself, and decide where you think you'd best fit.

Sincerely

David aka Mr_Z
Mr_Z (the miscreant formerly known as Mr_B)
English Dept coord

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