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How it works: If you'd like an estimate on your translation project, send me an email including a copy of the document (Word or .pdf) and your deadline date. I will respond with an estimate for your project.

Cost and Payment: I offer a per-hour rate for translation clients. This rate includes research on your translation project, formatting of your translated documents and personalized service. For clients with large or ongoing projects, my per-hour rate may be the best choice. Charges for translation services can also be based on the number of words in the original (source) document. For small projects, I charge a minimum fixed rate. Payment is normally due 7 days after the translation is delivered. This gives you time to review the document. I accept PayPal and, for some projects, EFT and checks on U.S. banks.

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Food, Glorious Food!

The food industry - food growers, producers, restaurants, even cookware manufacturers - is one of my favorite sectors for translation. I've translated recipes and menus, which are always enjoyable, but I've also translated marketing materials. Those have included commercial scripts, brochures, PowerPoint presentations and other documents relating to what people eat. I'm an avid cook, having learned in the kitchens of some wonderful cooks in Belgium and France, so I feel a close connection to what's happening in the industry. Farm to table? I've probably translated it!