English and Mandarin Voice Over

Job #28800

Job Posting Details

Job # 28800 English and Mandarin Voice Over

Posted Date
Dec 5, 2010 @ 16:37
Respond By
Dec 7, 2010
Word Count
0
Budget
$100 - $250
Language
Chinese (Mandarin)
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Educational

Job Description

Approximately 4000 words, 90 % English 10 % Mandarin for beginners Mandarin course. You must be a native English speaker. There is much much more after this so please don't apply unless you are available to do much more.
If you're interested then please read this sample trial:
Nǐ​ cóng​ nǎ​ lǐ​ lái
Where are you from
KNEE CHONGqing NUts fLEA LIce
Now you know the words to ask people “Where are you from?”. NI CONG NA LI LAI means where do you come from. Literally it means YOU NI FROM CONG WHICH NA PLACE LI COME LAI. The word order is different from the English but if you look at it, it’s actually rather more logical - it’s pretty much in the order of importance of the word. Take out the last word and you’d still have a good guess as to what it means which can not be said for the English sentence.


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