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 Intensive Japanese Translation Schools?

Answer In the United States, becoming a certified translator does not require a degree; many translators have a certification or only informal training. However, if you want to charge top dollar for your ... Read More »
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What is the translation of you are the eldest of 3 siblings in Japanese langauge?

No, Texas State Law states that it is prohibited to have employment under the age of 14 unsupervised.But a sibling? that's probably an exception. But im not the governer of Texas, sorry.
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Medical Translation Schools?

Medical translation, which deals with the translation and interpretation of languages in the medical and health care arena, is becoming a sought-after skill and career in the 21st century. Medical ... Read More »
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Why is intensive farming bad?

It contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions and pollution, and is a concern in regards to animal welfare and husbandry.
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Simple Japanese cooking I'd love to cook Japanese food and their are asian stores/international market around?

Stock soy sauce, sugar, sake and mirin (which is just a sweet sake, so you can substitute sake and sugar) in your shelf all the time because these four ingredients are indispensable for Japanese c... Read More »
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