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Hello everyone, I am Rudolf Eskola aka "MrEskola", an amateur translator. I am a half-Finnish and half-German (German origin), 25 years old man. I can speak and translate Finnish, English and German. I would mainly translate en > fi, because my German isn't maybe good enough for reliable translates. Also I have learned French little bit, but never enjoyed it or payed attention for it.
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Hello everyone, I am Rudolf Eskola aka "MrEskola", an amateur translator. I am a half-Finnish and half-German (German origin), 25 years old man. I can speak and translate Finnish, English and German. I would mainly translate en > fi, because my German isn't maybe good enough for reliable translates. Also I have learnd French little bit, but never enjoyed it or paid attention for it. Swedish is one easy language, but I don't visit Sweden very often, so my Swedish skill is little worse, because I haven't speak it for a while, but there are few Swedish tourists walking quite often in Helsinki.

Latest revision as of 11:38, 22 June 2010

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fi-N Tämän käyttäjän äidinkieli on suomi.
en-3 This user has advanced knowledge of English.
sv-2 Den här användaren har medelgoda kunskaper i svenska.
de-1 Dieser Benutzer beherrscht Deutsch auf grundlegendem Niveau.
fr-1 Cet utilisateur dispose de connaissances de base en français.
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Hello everyone, I am Rudolf Eskola aka "MrEskola", an amateur translator. I am a half-Finnish and half-German (German origin), 25 years old man. I can speak and translate Finnish, English and German. I would mainly translate en > fi, because my German isn't maybe good enough for reliable translates. Also I have learnd French little bit, but never enjoyed it or paid attention for it. Swedish is one easy language, but I don't visit Sweden very often, so my Swedish skill is little worse, because I haven't speak it for a while, but there are few Swedish tourists walking quite often in Helsinki.