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David Komperda | Elance
 
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Last Sign-in: Jul 8, 2014

David Komperda

   United States
  |   Lombard, IL

Overview

I am a freelance translator seeking to delve deeper into the industry. I have a bachelor's degree in French and studied translation in my final semester at college. I offer French to English translation services, and can also proofread and edit work as necessary.

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French To English Translation Skills Test
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French Grammar Test
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www.webflakes.com
Freelance Translator
2013 - Present
I translate articles on men's fashion, clothing history, and cuisine from French to English whenever they are available.
www.odesk.com
Freelance Translator
2012 - Present
Translate blog articles about technology and mobile apps from French to English.
Varsity Tutors
Tutor
2010 - Present
Help students understand and advance past the material in their French courses; prepare individualized lessons for each student's needs.
Carthage College
French Tutor
2010 - 2010
Helped lower level French students with their coursework and general understanding of the language; Aided with specific, student dependent problems and questions at request; Simplified difficult...

Education

Carthage College
Bachelor's Degree in French
2008 - 2012
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