I am very interested in the Freelance Translator position that you advertised. With more than twenty years of both written and spoken translation and a degree in German and a degree in Russian I believe that I would be perfect for the role of Freelance Translator. My most recent job was an interpreter role at a car rental company in City, State where I was responsible for interpreting from English to German and from German to English for clients from German speaking countries. My fluency in German coupled with my friendly and professional conversational skills helps me to interact with all classes of clientele. I believe that I am ideal for the role of Freelance Translator because I am confident and reliable in my language skills and work well with the public. I was hired for my current role after volunteering to assist a German couple at an airport who wanted to rent a car but spoke no English.
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