rehire g1 - Spanish content writing - Mexico - conversations
Gaby, I would like 4 dialogues with the
same requirements as before except that
for this batch I'd like to specify the location
and general setting for the topics.
Two of the topics should be similar to the
Mexico City dialogue from the last batch.
A visitor talking to a local person
regarding the things to see and do
while on vacation at a location or area.
One location would be Guadalajara and
the other would be the Yucatán Peninsula
Mayan sites (Chichen Itza, Tulum, Uxmal, etc.)
Dialogues would be like an informal tour guide.
The other two dialogues would be from the
persepctive of someone relocating to a city
and talking to a local person about relevant
aspects such as:
- neighborhoods/areas for an apartment
- any aspects of daily life
The two cities should be Mexico City and
Guadalajara. I don't know how well you
know these cities, but do you think you
could look up the relevant information?
Let me know if you have any questions.
I would like a proficient Spanish speaker to write
four (4) fictional dialogues (conversations) in Spanish.
Setting for each dialogue should be a place in Mexico.
Each dialogue should include discussion of interesting
aspects of the particular location and/or experiences
while traveling or living in different parts of Mexico.
These dialogues will be used in computer-based tools
for learning the Spanish language.
The content should be appropriate for students at
an intermediate or higher level of Spanish, with
emphasis on the spoken language.
The writing must be original content of course.
Upon completed payment, the ownership / copyrights
to the texts transfer to me.
The content would ideally be both interesting
and instructive, containing useful vocabulary,
real world examples of verb usage and commonly
Each dialogue should have these characteristics:
- two primary speakers: one male and one female
- if necessary, it's okay to have a 3rd additional speaker,
but with only very few lines.
- speakers are between 21 and 49 years of age.
- speakers are proficient in Spanish.
- length of each dialogue should be a minimum of 500 words
and a maximum of 900 words.
- each dialogue is standalone, not depending on any of the
other dialogues to be understandable.
- at the beginning of each dialogue, include a small amount
of introductory Spanish text to describe the situation or setting.
- where idiomatic, regional or coloquial expressions are used,
provide explanations or clarifications in English as footnotes.
Also, some footnotes for cultural aspects is desirable.
This initial job requires a set of 4 dialogues.
More jobs like this in the future.
Expected budget is around $50 to $80 per dialogue.