I have 40 topics that I need someone to write down information about in Japanese and English. I need a minimum of 2 - 3 pages of info for each topic. Note that 1.5 page is not 2 pages.
As stated, there are 40 topics but an example of ONE topic is: "food in Japanese" I would need you to write about "food in Japanese." You would give the names of Japanese food in English then translate them to Japanese and comment about them in English.
I have 40 topics that I need someone to write down information about in Japanese and English. I need a minimum of 2 - 3 pages of
info for each topic. Note that 1.5 page is not 2 pages.
As stated, there are 40 topics but an example of ONE topic is: "food in Japanese" I would need you to write about "food in
Japanese." You would give the names of Japanese food in English then translate them to Japanese and comment about them in
Here is an explanation of how you couple approach the topic "food in Japanese" to come up with the 2 - 3 pages of information:
give words and short phrases related to the topic "food in Japanese." Words related to the topic might include the Japanese word for
food, other Japanese words related to food, explanations of Japanese culture and how food is viewed, mention the cultural aspects
of food in Japan. Give some names of Japanese food and explain what these food are in English, talk about restaurants in Japan, then
translate the word "restaurant" into Japanese, give the names of things found in a restaurant then translate those too. Write about
relevant things about food as it relates to Japan or the Japanese language.
That's the general idea. Write down relevant information in English and give the Japanese translation as described above for the key
words and phrases. Explanations of Japanese culture and insight into Japanese culture and ideas as it relates to the topic should be
written in English. When the Japanese words and short phrases related to the topic are given then the English translations of those
words and short phrases should be given (translate the phrases word for word and tell what each word means). Do this and you
should have 2 - 3 pages easily.
You will be writing down short phrases and ideas in bullet points. That's it. You are not writing a paper. You do not have to be an
expert English writer but what you write should be readable and understandable.
You should be fluent in the Japanese language and a native speaker of the Japanese language.
When applying for this project, answer, the following questions using a full sentence, or sentences, so that I know exactly what you
are referring to.
1. How long it will take to complete this translation project?
2. How much you will charge (your bid) for completing the entire project? Does this bid include all fees?
3. I would like updates of the project, I would like updates so that I can add input and see the progress of the project. If you have an
issue with this, let me know.
4. Let me know how many days a week and the number of hours on those days you plan to work on this project. Don't "disappear"
then "reappear" (that's if you 'reappear') after being assigned the project, as stated, send me updates and let me know what's going
5. Let me know what country you are from and what country you are currently living in.
6. Let me know how many people will work on this project. If one person will work on this project, will that one person be you?
7. Can you and will you stick to the deadline, we agreed on, for completing this project?
8. Are you a native speaker of Japanese? Do you have any relevant samples of your work? If so, send them.
9. You will be required to sign a contract before you are hired to work on this project. Is that a problem for you?
10. What is your reason for applying for this position? And, why should I hire you?
I do not pay upfront. I pay when the project is complete.
If you need further explanation on how about writing the topics see the attached file