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    Russian diploma into English

    Dear native speakers of English!

    Could you please have a look at the attached diploma translated into English. Would you have any questions concerning the degree conferred and type of education establishment had u been potential employers, for instance?

    If there are any, could you kindly correct it to sound more authentic.

    Thanking you in advance.
    All the best,
    Mariya
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    Re: Russian diploma into English

    I would have a problem. There is no reference for WHAT languages the recepient is able to translate FROM or what languages they can render the result INTO. Specific mention would improve the usefulness of the document.


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    Re: Russian diploma into English

    Quote Originally Posted by oregeezer View Post
    I would have a problem. There is no reference for WHAT languages the recepient is able to translate FROM or what languages they can render the result INTO. Specific mention would improve the usefulness of the document.

    Thanks a million! I will take your useful suggestion into consideration:)
    Please can u have a look at the amended version. How does it look now?


    All the best,
    Mariya
    Last edited by MashUK; 02-Jun-2008 at 10:35.

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    Re: Russian diploma into English

    In accordance with the State Commission for Academic Degrees decision generated on month, day year,
    I am not familiar with the language used in certificates which I expect to be formal.
    I thought the words in bold sound a bit unusual.
    Are they normally used that way in certificates, teachers?

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