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Dmytro Nehrii
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Professional freelance translator. English to Ukrainian & Russian. Marketing, software, engineering, safety.
Professional freelance translator. English to Ukrainian & Russian. Marketing, software, engineering, safety.

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I wonder when Google was going to inform its users about the discontinuation of Google+. I guess there wouldn't be any point in posting here anymore.
I'm available on Twitter. I also have a website www.greattranslations.com.ua.
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If you struggle with how to translate the name you haven't encountered before, here's a nice website that might be helpful! Although I can't say you'll definitely find what you are looking for here.
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Yet another pub quiz.
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I like Grammarly, but this tool is pretty decent, too. Just remember about possible confidentiality issues.
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A nice website with a great idea behind it! I've just tried it and I like it a lot.
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The winners of the current http://ProZ.com contest ('Dust Bowl") haven't been announced officially yet, but, since I now have got a nice-looking badge in my profile, I guess I can say that I've won in the English to Russian language pair. That's so exciting! I want to thank everybody who voted for my translation (although you couldn't know it was mine, but I'm grateful nonetheless).
The most interesting part for me was that I used to write poems in Russian, but not anymore — now it's only Ukrainian. And I did not even bother to make an entry in Ukrainian (but that's great, since there were no participants in the En>Uk pair).
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I cannot emphasize how much I liked this article. It's got everything to make an interesting read for a marketing nerd with a healthy mindset.
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The downside of working at home is that someone can storm in and ruin your mood when you've got work to do. That's why I prefer to work in spaces with a decent amount of isolation. Some introvert stuff, I suppose.
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