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Translator / interpreter wanted Warsaw

A message from Mark Thomsen:

My name is Mark Thomsen. I will be in Warsaw for two days (July 14 &
15) and was wondering if anyone could reccommend an interpreter
there. Ideally, if there's a website someone could point me to,
that'd be great. (I've google and googled, but can't find anything.)

Thank's ahead of time for the help

Re: Translator / interpreter wanted Warsaw

Are any members interested?

Re: Translator / interpreter wanted Warsaw

the question might then be 'what does he need translated or interpreted?' - do we have any context?

Re: Translator / interpreter wanted Warsaw

Sorry, he didn't say what.

I'll email you his email, if you want to contact him direct.

Re: Translator / interpreter wanted Warsaw

He seems to be a researcher/journalist interested in corporate governance.

Why is he so careless with his typing in his email?

(Hmmm, often a sign that someone is from northern England.)

Re: Translator / interpreter wanted Warsaw