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Vortarulo

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Member since
December 10, 2010
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Name
André Müller
Country
Switzerland
Birthday
February 10, 1985
Hi, I'm André. I studied Linguistics and Chinese Studies in Leipzig, Germany, and am now a PhD student of linguistics in Zurich, Switzerland. I'm writing my PhD thesis on language contact in Northern Burma. Usually, I translate sentences into German, Klingon and Esperanto here. Sometimes also into Chinese, Thai or others.

If you want me to translate some sentences you're interested in to German, Esperanto or Klingon, or if you'd like to have example sentences for a certain word in those languages, feel free to ask me in a PM and I'll be happy to help.

== LANGUAGES ==
Listed by proficiency:

NATIVE: German
FLUENT: Esperanto, English
GOOD: Chinese (Mandarin)
CONVERSATIONAL: Thai, Dutch, Russian, Jinghpaw, Burmese, Klingon*
BASIC: French, Spanish, Latin, Japanese, Tsez, Toki Pona, Shan, Vietnamese

*) Klingon is a special case: I know the complete grammar and use a self-designed extensively annotated dictionary to translate. So, for the purpose of translating sentences, it's actually equivalent to being quasi-fluent.

P.S.: I sometimes do translate from languages not listed here, like Ukrainian, Italian or Portuguese. This is usually because I do understand the particular sentences through Russian or Spanish or Esperanto.

P.P.S.: You will notice, I'm quite picky about punctuation, sometimes. Sorry. ;)

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