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Sorbonne certificate in applied French
Certificate in applied French language (1st degree), Paris-Sorbonne IV University, 1991.
Available on request.
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Evaluation of test translation from Danish to UK English
Test submitted in August 2016 to a major international travel booking site
The test was evaluated anonymously by the end client. The full test evaluation is reproduced below with permission from the translation agency Comunica.dk - Translations, S.L.
Publisher, Summertime Publishing Ltd.
You write with fluency and eloquence even if the topic is mundane. Frankly, I love to read anything you write.”
Former AT&T Manager, Human Resources, San Francisco. Currently innkeeper-owner, La Dauphine B&B, New Orleans
“Thomas T. Frost has an amazing ability and facility for languages. I have corresponded with him, and had him work on my websites in English here in the United States.”
“Thomas has corrected several of my faux pas in English. And I am a native speaker. He is a stickler for correct grammar. He's also good at finding better ways of saying what you want to communicate. His English and French communication skills are at the very highest level. He really enjoys being very precise with language.”
“I'm extremely pleased with the presentation work that Thomas has done on my websites.”
“Mr. Frost has also helped me with business communications in French, for which I was extremely pleased.”
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