We are looking for volunteers to help us translate more books!
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We provide our books free of charge, so we count on volunteer help to get them translated and proofread in other languages.
The translation can be done from either the English or Portuguese versions of our books since we have read and edited both those versions quite closely.
The English versions can be found free on this website under the "Publications" menu and the versions in Brazilian Portuguese can be found at www.graodetrigo.com, you can either download an electronic version or request a printed copy of the book in which case we will send it to you via mail.
It is a good idea to check and see if there already exists a translation of the book into the language you are thinking of translating into. All of our books are available in both English and Brazilian Portuguese already. For details on the other languages and books that already have been translated look at the "Other Languages" tab in the top menu. If the language/book is not listed on those pages that translation probably does not currently exist. If you want to make sure though feel free to contact us before starting on the translation.
As you proceed with the translation we ask that you send us each chapter as you finish it. That way the files are less likely to be lost and also in case you are not able to finish the entire translation we can hand of the rest of that particular book to another person to complete. The author speaks both English and Brazilian Portuguese and can be contacted at:
If you are proofreading an existing version and find errors please send us the book name, the page number, and the complete sentence that is wrong along with the correction so we can find it and correct it.
We only print and distribute our own books, so please do not send us translations of other works by other authors.
Please do not seek or expect payment for any help you may provide as we are only seeking volunteer (unpaid) help.
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