I am not a native speaker, but I like foreign languages. I work with translations into English from other languages for publication, and this is the reason why my goal is to sound as 'undisturbingly' English as possible. I am therefore keen on having contact with native speakers. I am grateful to be shown my mistakes, they are my best teachers.
I am super-interested in the noblest way one can express things in writing, but hate pedantism.
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