Pamyat Naroda translation

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Mihai Pica
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Pamyat Naroda translation

Post by Mihai Pica » 29 Nov 2021 09:40

After trying unsuccessfully to convert the images with various OCR software I came to the conclusion that these can only be translated by an actual person, does anyone happen to know a cheap russian-english translation service ?

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Re: Pamyat Naroda translation

Post by Reigo2 » 29 Nov 2021 19:32

Can you say what is in your opinion reasonable price for such a service?

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Re: Pamyat Naroda translation

Post by Jeff Leach » 30 Nov 2021 16:37

Translating Russian text

lexilogos
keypad
DeepL

should give understandable text. Machine Translation is still no substitute for learning some about the language you are trying to read.

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Re: Pamyat Naroda translation

Post by Mihai Pica » 02 Dec 2021 09:49

Reigo2 wrote:
29 Nov 2021 19:32
Can you say what is in your opinion reasonable price for such a service?
Reigo I have no idea honestly, definitely I cannot pay 6-10 euros per page, these are the prices that i usually find on translation websites, but normally these people translate short documents and so on, so it makes sense for them to charge more, I am looking for someone who maybe stays at home and can translate stuff every now and then for some extra money.

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