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Looking for Arabic speaker for a small translating job

  • 23-07-2020 5:18pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 118 ✭✭ doiredoire


    Looking for a fluent Arabic speaker in Galway for a small subtitling job. 2 to 3 hours work. I have to subtitle three short films into Arabic. The subtitles have already been created and the job would entail coming to my edit suite for a few hours work to ensure there are no errors in the subtitling.

    I would be paying €40 per hour. PM if interested


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  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 1,470 ✭✭✭ Whereisgalway


    doiredoire wrote: »
    Looking for a fluent Arabic speaker in Galway for a small subtitling job. 2 to 3 hours work. I have to subtitle three short films into Arabic. The subtitles have already been created and the job would entail coming to my edit suite for a few hours work to ensure there are no errors in the subtitling.

    I would be paying €40 per hour. PM if interested

    A ex of mine was from the middles east, I’ll drop him a text


  • Registered Users Posts: 10,785 ✭✭✭✭ flazio


    doiredoire wrote: »
    Looking for a fluent Arabic speaker in Galway for a small subtitling job. 2 to 3 hours work. I have to subtitle three short films into Arabic. The subtitles have already been created and the job would entail coming to my edit suite for a few hours work to ensure there are no errors in the subtitling.

    I would be paying €40 per hour. PM if interested
    I'd enquire around the mosque in Briarhill.
    I reckon somebody over there could help.
    https://www.galway-mosque.ie/events.html


  • Registered Users Posts: 537 ✭✭✭ Space Dog


    Maybe try a translation agency and get a quote from them, there are a few in Galway and in Ireland. That way you can ensure that the work is done by a translator with a degree and you have someone to contact in case of quality issues.


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