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Edit your profile ...

... to make sure others will find you for cooperation.

You future international partners will be grateful for reading your profile in English.
You can strengthen your national cooperation by adding a description in your own language below.
If you do so, put a brief hint at the top in your own language like: “scroll down for Italian” (or the respective language).

Please enter your key words in the following order:

1st the languages you are able to speak using the following keywords to indicate your level: native, good, medium, basic.

2nd your profile. Chose from the following keywords: translator, linguist, female (or male) native speaker voice, multi-media technician, writer, singer, actor, linguistic-decoder, IT-decoder, learner, with experience, with certificate, advice, teacher, learner, team, professional, amateur.

3rd your preferences (optional). Keywords for example: I like …., love, tourism, children activities, leisure activities like sports/music/collections etc., culture, humor, social equity, intercultural topics, environmental issues, ecology, science, history etc.

To show your willingness for cooperation with other topics, ad the key word “ANY” to you description.

Make sure the respective keywords are in your introduction.
You then can ad an extended description of your goals and experiences with.
And make sure you put links of
-    your pictures at Directupload 
-    your sound tracts at Soundcould
-    your videos at Vimeo or at Youtube


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(examples below)

Create or find jobs

 

If you want to include international cooperation, use English keywords.


If you are looking for cooperation in your own country, you may also use your language.
But also on the national level you may find more profiles adding English keywords.

                 
Create a job proposal here



               
Look for a job offer here

Find partners

 

In order to find the people you are looking for, use of the following keywords:


1st the language: for example "native English" or "good French".

2nd the competences you are looking for: translator, linguist, female (or male) native speaker voice, multi-media technician, writer, singer, actor, linguistic-decoder, IT-decoder, learner, with experience, with certificate, advice, teacher, learner, team, professional, amateur.

3rd the preferences if they matter for your research: like, love, tourism, children activities, leisure activities like sports/music/collections etc., culture, humor, social equity, intercultural topics, environmental issues, ecology, science, history etc.

Or put “ANY” if preferences have no importance.

 

Enter your search    

Thanks for logging in! You may now set up your profile.

Start with “my competences:…”  followed by the respective key words,

for example: “my competences translator English Portuguese, good French, basic Italian”
or: “my competences : It technician, decoding experience, fluent Dutch, English and German speaking ” etc.


If appropriate you add “My job offers : ….”  For example  “My job offer : IT decoding English for Czech speakers; I can communicate in English Czech, German. "

 

Start creating your profile here

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        No extra time !

        Go jogging, shopping, cooking, driving ...

        and enjoying music

        while languages are gently gliding

        into your ear

        and loosen your tongue!

 

 

 

 


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