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News   News : Amiga Future search translators
   posted by AndreasM on 27-Jul-2020 10:49:03 (522 reads)
We are looking for assistance for the Amiga Future magazine.

We are looking for translators for the magazine.

German -> English


You should Speak your language (english) very well and have very good spelling in your native language, also understanding the german language well.

And of course, you should also understand what you translate.
So basic knowledge on the Amiga are needed on each case.

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