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Finnish

Finnish and Hungarian A's, introduce yourselves here! Please include your complete combination (A-B-C), your location and your future/current interpreting school.

Finnish

Postby mtvester » Sun Nov 23, 2008 11:11 pm

Hello!

I'm a Finnish student living in Italy. :) I currently study interpreting and translation (well, it's just a 5-month short Master level course, but anyway) in Pisa and hope to work as an interpreter in the future! My language combinations look like this: A - Finnish, English B - Italian C - in the future maybe Russian.
Bye,

Mikko
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Finnish

Postby elisalau » Sun Mar 08, 2009 11:53 am

Hello, Mikko!

You're alone no more. ;) I'm also a Finnish student (in Uni Oulu), hoping to work as a translator and interpreter in the near future. My language combination is A-Finnish, English and B-German. I just joined this website in case it could be useful for job opportunities, networking etc.

-Elisa
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