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ya Guille1981, 28 Mei 2019

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hugha: Esperanto

Guille1981 (Wasifu wa mtumiaji) 28 Mei 2019 2:26:49 asubuhi

Saluton: I´m a begginer, can someone help correcting the following sentences? if you want to rephrase them to make them sound natural, be my guess. Thanks in advance.

1-A Certified public accountant (CPA) is a person who uses accounting to make financial statements as well as certifying their legal status.

Atestita publika librotenisto estas persono, kiu uzas librotenadon por fari financajn deklarojn krom atestigas illian laŭleĝecon.

2-A school is the place where people study since childhood.
Lernejo estas la loko, kie homoj studas ekde infanaĝo.

3-A book is a thing made of paper that you read.
Libro estas objekto farita el papero, kiun homoj legas.

nornen (Wasifu wa mtumiaji) 28 Mei 2019 3:38:08 alasiri

ad 1:
forigu "krom", legu "kaj" aŭ "kaj ankaŭ"
forigu "atestigas", legu "atestas"

ad 3:
forigu "homoj", legu "oni".

Guille1981 (Wasifu wa mtumiaji) 29 Mei 2019 9:09:29 asubuhi

Dankon nomen

RAILITY (Wasifu wa mtumiaji) 20 Agosti 2019 6:26:38 alasiri

Guille1981:Saluton: I´m a begginer, can someone help correcting the following sentences? if you want to rephrase them to make them sound natural, be my guess. Thanks in advance.

1-A Certified public accountant (CPA) is a person who uses accounting to make financial statements as well as certifying their legal status.

Atestita publika librotenisto estas persono, kiu uzas librotenadon por fari financajn deklarojn krom atestigas illian laŭleĝecon.

2-A school is the place where people study since childhood.
Lernejo estas la loko, kie homoj studas ekde infanaĝo.

3-A book is a thing made of paper that you read Tutuapp 9Apps ShowBox.
Libro estas objekto farita el papero, kiun homoj legas.
forigu "krom", legu "kaj" aŭ "kaj ankaŭ"
forigu "atestigas", legu "atestas"

sudanglo (Wasifu wa mtumiaji) 21 Agosti 2019 12:21:48 alasiri

Translating professional qualifications into Esperanto can be a tricky area on account of different specifications /requirements in different countries. Here in the UK we refer to Chartered accountants.

Also, here in the UK there appears to be a distinction between a book-keeper (librotenisto) and an accountant (kontisto?)

Looking at the Wikipedia explanation of a CPA. I wonder if licencita wouldn't be better than atestita for certified. Perhaps diplomita might also be possible, though it looks as if there's more to it than a diploma, and it's the recognised right to practise (the licence) that is essential.

Altebrilas (Wasifu wa mtumiaji) 21 Agosti 2019 2:35:46 alasiri

I suppose it doesn't matter about professional translation, since other sentences look more as grammatical examples for learning purposes, as they assume that people don't change schools nor read newspapers or posters.

If the exact qualification is important, an esperanto translator would use the original one, with an explanation between paretheses or in a footnote.

sudanglo (Wasifu wa mtumiaji) 21 Agosti 2019 3:55:03 alasiri

If the exact qualification is important, an esperanto translator would use the original one, with an explanation between paretheses or in a footnote.
Of course, you are right, Altebrilas

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