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Language Expert for Assamese and Punjabi Translation Hyderabad Location

FIXED PRICE : 20,000 - 50,000 Rs. Translation Posted: 28th Aug 2019 Ends: 12th Oct 2019 2 Proposals
Hi, This Opportunity is for only those who are based at Hyderabad or willing to relocate to Hyderabad . This will be a Full time/part time opportunity with Ushtate for Assamese and Punjabi Language Experts. If i...
Hi, This Opportunity is for only those who are based at Hyderabad or willing to relocate to Hyderabad . This will be a Full time/part time opportunity with Ushtate for Assamese and Punjabi Language Experts. If interested kindly mail your details in these format only Language Expert- Experience - Email- Contact Share your details (removed)
Client: ushtate , India

Grammar check of ascript

FIXED PRICE : Not Sure Article Writing Posted: 13th Aug 2019 Ends: 6 days 5 Proposals
I have written a script ,wants to check grammar before approach publisher.
I have written a script ,wants to check grammar before approach publisher.
Client: jagan1

TempleMountains.org

FIXED PRICE : 5,000 - 20,000 Rs. Editing & Proofreading Posted: 10th Aug 2019 Ends: 2 days 9 Proposals
Basic proof reading of a 46000 word technical text with no footnotes or bibliography. Please call-out all deviations from the seven point style sheet (see below) at the top of the document. This is not a rush job. No edi...
Basic proof reading of a 46000 word technical text with no footnotes or bibliography. Please call-out all deviations from the seven point style sheet (see below) at the top of the document. This is not a rush job. No editorial contribution is needed. All Sanskrit has been Romanized and does not require spell-checking. STYLE SHEET 1) Do not de-italicize anything which could possibly be a foreign word unless it is a proper name, place or adjective derived from them e.g. Dhamaraja Ratha (a building in Mamallamapuram) kanika ratha (the corner angle of a building.) Usually proper names are capitalized. Angkor = a city, Angkorian = an adjective derived from the name of a city. 2) Do not italicize or correct spelling of English words which spellcheck does not recognize; mark them. 3. In "numbered list" or series any number followed by a parenthesis (and the closed parenthesis) should be bold.. Any single letter followed by a parenthesis should be placed within an open and closed parenthesis sign and the signs and letter should be bolded. 4. Most of the errors will be residual artifacts of previous editing, such as double periods and commas, repetition of words and phrases, run-on words, extra spaces. (One space only between words and after periods. 5. A string of numbers should have a space between the numbers eg. 1, 2, 3, 4,....For dates use space-hypne-space e.g. (889 - 915) Some dates will be in parenthesis others not. Don't change. 6) If you notice an inconsistency in a word which is foreign and not obviously mispelled place an ampersand & and I will search for all of them and regularize them. 7) If you have a question about anything also place an ampersand before it and write the question in a colored type.
Client: richardnodine
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