20/01/2015

ANGAJAM profesori de limba engleza, project manager

Punem bazele unei echipe noi, intr-un sediu nou unde e nevoie sa ne facem simtita prezenta.

Zona Bd. Ferdinand – Foisorul de Foc

Avem nevoie de:

Tineri (in cuget si simtire – nu conteaza varsta fizica atat de mult cat cea spirituala)

Oameni deschisi, entuziasti, voluntari, prietenosi, talentati si competenti.

Absolventi de Limbi Straine! (engleza principal, germana sau italiana/franceza/spaniola etc secundar!)

Cu farmec personal si dispusi la orice fel de provocari (activitate diversa: marketing, vanzare, coordonare traduceri, cursuri, sau sustinere de cursuri limbi straine). Tineri amabili, rezistenti in amabilitate in lucrul cu Clientul, senini si implicati. Totodata, orientarea noastra filogermana le cere si colaboratorilor nostri calitatile Clientilor nostri principali: seriozitate, promptitudine si CALITATE!

Profesorilor aplicanti le cerem tact pedagogic deosebit, flexibilitate, seriozitate, profesionism. Si sarm personal – mai ales! (nu uitati, lucram cu Clienti pretentiosi si prestam Servicii! – Serviciile inseamna prin definitie: amabilitate, flexibilitate, maleabilitate, rabdare si nervi..destinsi. :)

Daca intruniti aceste calitati speciale si cunoasteti si limba engleza foarte bine + mai vorbiti corect si cursiv inca o limba de circulatie,

va asteptam cu bratele deschise!

Cu drag si incredere,

Lingua TranScript

26/09/2011

Recrutare traineri limbi straine si traducatori Sibiu

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Angajam traineri de limbi straine si traducatori autorizati pentru punctul de lucru din Sibiu.
Detalii si conditii de baza gasiti la rubrica Cariere.

Traduceri autorizate/legalizate Sibiu

Efectuam la punctul nostru de lucru din Sibiu servicii de traduceri autorizate si servicii de interpretariat din si in toate limbile, inclusiv limbi rare precum: sarba, croata, lituaniana, chineza, greaca, hindi etc.

Pentru limbile germana, engleza, franceza, spaniola si italiana intermediem si servicii de legalizare.

Pentru detalii si mostre de text, completati formularul de estimare rapida de pret sau trimiteti un mail cu detalii complete la manuela@linguatranscript.ro.

Ne bucuram sa va avem printre clientii nostri.

23/09/2011

Inscrieri cursuri germana si engleza Sibiu

Au inceput inscrierile pentru cursurile de limba germana Sibiu nivel incepatori si cursurile de limba engleza nivel incepatori si nivel mediu.

Inscrierile se desfasoara online, prin completarea formularului de inscriere sau printr-un mail cu detalii complete la manuela@linguatranscript.ro.

Cursurile de limbi straine din Sibiu se vor desfasura in locatii centrale, cu incepere din data de 20 octombrie: Bd. Victoriei si / sau Str. Mitropoliei.

Costul unui modul este de 480 RON pentru 52 de unitati de predare adica 26 de sedinte de curs. Un nivel de curs se parcurge in 2 module cu desfasurare de 2 ori pe saptamana, sedinte de doua ore didactice, seara, dupa orele 17:00.

Grupele sunt formate din 5-10 cursanti, iar la final se emite un Certificat de Absolvire, sau dupa caz, la cerere, o Diploma acreditata. (imaginea o regasiti in josul paginii)

Daca va inscrieti cu unul sau mai multi prieteni, beneficiati de reduceri de pana la 50%!

Va asteptam cu drag!

22/08/2011

Punct de lucru nou si in Sibiu- cursuri de limbi straine si traduceri autorizate/legalizate

Pentru a raspunde cererii tot mai mari de servicii de cursuri de limbi straine in Sibiu si servicii de traduceri autorizate/legalizate si interpretariat Sibiu, va informam ca ne-am deschis un nou punct de lucru si in aceasta localitate.
Punctul de lucru din Bucuresti ramane valabil.

Pentru punctul de lucru din Sibiu ne puteti contacta la:

Mobil: +40 (0) 722 333 081

E-mail: manuela@linguatranscript.ro

22/11/2010

Kurban Bayram

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Saptamâna trecuta, de marti pâna vineri, comunitatea musulmana din România a sarbatorit Kurban Bayram. Început la 70 de zile dupa Ramazan Bayram, acesta are în prim-plan ideea de sacrificiu, pornind de la gestul profetului Ibrahim care, pus sa aleaga între dragostea pentru unicul sau fiu si cea pentru Allah, opteaza pentru Creator. De accea, în aceste zile de sarbatoare, se sacrifica ovine si bovine (mai ales oi), iar carnea acestora este oferita celor nevoiasi. Daca persoana care sacrifica un animal o face în numele unei rude decedate, toata carnea este donata. În caz contrar, un sfert din cantitate este pastrata (sau “intra în casa”, cum se spune în popor), iar trei sferturi este oferita persoanelor mai putin norocoase.

În perioada premergatoare sarbatorii, gospodinele fac curat în casa pentru a primi invitatii ce vor veni. De asemenea, ele se întrec în prepararea bucatelor traditionale, cum ar fi friptura de oaie, ciorba “de urechiute” (beyaz çorba), gustosul kobete (specific tatarilor) sau baclavalele. În aceasta perioada, rudele se viziteaza între ele, obisnuindu-se ca cele de grad mai mic sa le viziteze pe cele de grad mai mare. Dupa primire, acestea le adreseaza traditionalul “Kurban Bayraminiz Mubarek Olsun!”.

16/11/2010

Why learn a foreign language?

Filed under: Professional, Uncategorized — Tags: , — linguatranscript @ 06:16

De ce sa invatam limbi straine

Learning a foreign language can have more benefits than you think. Whether you’re looking to add an extra qualification to your CV, make new friends from abroad or are just interested in gaining new knowledge, a foreign language can be the answer to your questions. Here are some funny, yet interesting reasons to learn a foreign language:

1. Have an instant conversation starter – Think of how fascinated you are when you find someone who knows a foreign language. Most people find foreign languages and those who speak them interesting and it sparks instant questions, such as, “Did you actually live there?”

2. Make new friends more easily – There is something mysterious and exotic about talking to someone who knows a foreign language, and people seem to open up and let down their guard much more quickly when they find out that you know a foreign tongue.

3. Have a better understanding of yourself and other people – Contrast is the best way to tell any two things apart and learning a foreign language and the associated culture lets you get outside of yourself and allows you to see yourself they way others see you. At the same time, language is culture. You can’t get very far into a language without stepping into whole different way of looking at the world. It is true that, once you have learned a foreign language, you will never see yourself or others like you did before.

4. Be able to say things that no one understands and still be considered intelligent – When you are speaking to someone in your own language and make no sense, you are considered stupid. When you express the same concept in a foreign language, people will think you are smart, especially if you smile while you talk.

5. Be considered more intelligent than you really are – People who know a foreign language are considered smart – even if you aren’t the sharpest knife in the drawer.

6. Be able to talk privately in public – Did you ever want to have a private conversation while in public? Maybe you wanted to tell a friend that he or she has toilette paper stuck to their shoe – or to the back of the pants, but don’t want to announce to it the crowd. Foreign languages come in very handy on these occasions.

7. Understand your own language better – In order to understand a foreign language, you will inevitably understand your own much better. It does come in handy to know your own grammar. In the context of learning a foreign language, it is actually fun.

8. Know more about how people in other countries live – Do they still ride donkeys in the country you are about to vacation in or is it actually much more advanced than in your own country? Languages have a home just like people, so when you learn a foreign language, you will learn about the land in which they were born.

9. Get a better job – The world is daily becoming smaller and more competitive. With so many people of similar qualifications, it can be a huge boost to have foreign language knowledge on your resume. Also, you will be able to land those fun, temporary, all-expenses-paid assignments in foreign countries just because you know the language.

10. Have more fun on your vacation – If you learn a foreign language and take a vacation in a country where that language is spoken, you can have more fun and less stress getting around. This time when you are smiling and nodding it is because you understand what the taxi driver is actually saying and can adjust the tip accordingly.

The source: http://www.mylanguages.com/

28/10/2010

Selling a business-Top ten tips for entrepreneurs

Material utilizat la Cursurile de limba engleza pentru Afaceri

Entrepreneurs often find themselves in high-stakes negotiations with big, savvy players, with significant negotiating power (referred to herein as “Big Boys”) — whether it be a venture capital firm in connection with a financing or a private equity firm in connection with the sale of the entrepreneur’s business; the situation can indeed be daunting. Below are ten tips for entrepreneurs to help them through this process.

1. Retain a Strong Team. In dealmaking as in business, you are only as good as your team. Accordingly, the first step for the entrepreneur is to retain a strong transaction team — and the quarterback of the team should be an experienced corporate lawyer. Indeed, an experienced corporate lawyer will not only add value to the transaction, but also can help the entrepreneur build-out the team and tailor it to the particular deal (e.g., in an acquisition, a strong tax lawyer is imperative to help structure the deal or in a licensing transaction, a strong IP lawyer is often necessary, etc.). The Big Boys are generally represented by large, aggressive law firms, and the entrepreneur must ensure that his/her team is up to the task.

2. Do Your Diligence. Due diligence is often a critical component to any deal. One form of diligence that is often overlooked, however, is an investigation of the guys on the other side of the table. What’s the reputation of the Big Boy — e.g., is this a venture capital or private equity firm that treats its portfolio companies well or is this a firm that squeezes the little guy? What about the particular individuals with whom you are dealing? What are their reputations? Are they good guys with whom to partner or are they jerks? Indeed, the web is a good starting point for the entrepreneur who needs background information on a particular firm/individual. At a minimum, the entrepreneur should track down other entrepreneurs or CEO’s who have done deals with the guys on the other side of the table and make an informed judgment as to whether they are guys with whom the entrepreneur wants to do business.

3. Create a Competitive Environment. There is nothing that will give the entrepreneur more leverage in connection with any negotiation with a Big Boy than a competitive environment (or the perception of same). Indeed, every investment banker worth his salt understands this simple proposition. Accordingly, a start-up seeking a Series A round financing from a venture capital firm, for example, will clearly be more appealing if such firm learns that other venture capital firms are interested in the start-up. Not only does competition validate a firm’s thinking, but also it appeals to the human nature of the individuals involved. Indeed, everyone wants what he doesn’t have and/or what someone else wants. The entrepreneur will have strong leverage with respect to price and other material terms as competitors are played off of each other and will thus strike the best possible deal. One caveat: as discussed below, it is probably best left to a strong corporate lawyer to play this game on behalf of the entrepreneur; indeed, this strategy must be played carefully and is better-handled by someone with experience.

4. Run the Negotiations Through the Lawyers. The entrepreneur should do what he does best — i.e., build companies — and leave the negotiating to a strong corporate lawyer. Entrepreneurs are generally no match for sophisticated venture capitalists or private equity or corporate development guys who do deals for a living. Accordingly, a smart entrepreneur will stay above the fray and let his corporate lawyer run the deal. The Big Boys may try to do an end-run around the entrepreneur’s lawyer (and may even criticize the lawyer and try to turn the entrepreneur against him), but the entrepreneur should remain disciplined and avoid “side-bar” negotiations with the principal(s) on the other side. This approach is particularly important where the entrepreneur will have an ongoing relationship with the other side post-closing; the goal is thus not to poison that relationship with testy, acrimonious negotiations (i.e., let the lawyers fight it out).

5. Develop a Game Plan. Every deal is different — different players, different negotiating leverage, different risks, different timing — and it is thus critical that the entrepreneur sit down with his transaction team and strategize; in short, he must develop a game plan and then attempt to execute the plan. Indeed, doing deals is no different than any other project: the entrepreneur must think through the issues with a smart, experienced team, set reasonable milestones and then monitor the progress. Rigorous analysis throughout this process is paramount.

6. Be Careful with LOI’s. A letter of intent (an “LOI”) — sometimes referred to as a term sheet or memorandum of understanding — is often executed in connection with all types of deals. The entrepreneur must understand that, depending on the deal and the context, there are different LOI strategies and considerations that must be addressed. For example, in the acquisition context, a selling entrepreneur should try to negotiate all of the material terms of the deal in the LOI when the entrepreneur’s leverage is the strongest; on the other hand, a buying entrepreneur’s main goal with respect to the LOI is merely to lock-up the seller and prohibit it from shopping the deal for a reasonable period of time. Another major concern with respect to LOI’s is that they may be deemed enforceable by a court of law (i.e., be deemed a binding agreement) — despite express language in the LOI to the contrary. The lesson here is simple: an LOI should not be executed without the advice of competent counsel.

7. Check Your Emotions at the Door. Big Boys are masters at taking their emotions out of transactions and being extremely disciplined. Indeed, Big Boys will generally walk from a deal if they get out of their comfort zone (e.g., with respect to the risk profile, price, etc.) — regardless of how much time and money they have expended. Entrepreneurs, on the other hand (particularly those who haven’t had much deal experience), often become emotionally wedded to a particular transaction and are unable to maintain their objectivity the further along they get in the process. Too often, an entrepreneur will fall in love with a particular deal — like the first-time home buyer — which will lead to poor decision-making and risky positions. (“I don’t care if it has termites or there is a cesspool problem, I love this house” becomes “I don’t care if I must personally guarantee all of the reps and warranties without a cap on liability, I love this deal.”) It is critical that the entrepreneur understand this dynamic and address it accordingly.

8. Don’t Blink First. There comes a point in time in just about every deal where both sides have dug into certain positions and the question becomes which side will blink first; e.g., in a venture capital financing, perhaps the issue is control of the board or, in an acquisition, perhaps the issue is carve-outs to the cap on liability. Whatever the issue, the lesson for the entrepreneur is clear (albeit difficult to execute): in order to maintain negotiating leverage and credibility, the entrepreneur should try not to blink first. Indeed, if the entrepreneur has flatly stated that “this issue is a dealbreaker”, but then blinks and nevertheless agrees to go forward with the transaction despite not getting what he asked for, he will have completely undermined his credibility and will have his clock cleaned with respect to any other significant issues. Like poker, if your bluff gets called, it will be difficult to bluff again. Which brings us back to the important tip in #4 above: run the negotiations through an experienced corporate lawyer who does this stuff for a living.

9. Watch-out for the “Good-Cop, Bad-Cop” Routine. Big Boys employ all kinds of negotiating games, and one of their favorites is the “good-cop, bad-cop” routine. The Big Boy, of course, plays the good cop and is smooth, friendly and agreeable and makes the entrepreneur feel like all of his important issues are being taken care of. But then the documents arrive — chock full of bells and whistles and boilerplate provisions designed to protect the Big Boy and often with significant gaps on the deal points. When the Big Boy is questioned as to what’s going on here, the answer, of course, is “it’s my lawyer’s fault” (i.e., the “bad cop”). This game will continue throughout the negotiating process as the Big Boy charms the entrepreneur while his lawyers pound away on every significant issue.

10. Hire an Aggressive Corporate Lawyer to Watch Your Back. As a corporate lawyer at two major New York law firms, I have learned first-hand the importance of watching my clients’ back. Indeed, I have worked on billion-dollar deals where, prior to signing, emotions run high (as discussed above), and a few of the significant risks are minimized or pushed-aside by investment bankers and/or business guys in order to get the deals done. My job, probably more important than anything, is to sober the entrepreneur and lay-out all of the significant legal risks — and then push hard to negotiate appropriate protections. If the deal sours and lawsuits are filed, well-drafted documents become like an insurance policy to the entrepreneur — and what entrepreneur doesn’t have insurance?

Scott Edward Walker

Source: http://4entrepreneur.net

10/09/2010

Tu stii ce inseamna prenumele tau?

Filed under: Professional — Tags: — linguatranscript @ 04:40

ADELINA / ALINA – originea numelui este “Adal” (“nobil” in germana veche).
ADRIANA / ADRIAN – de la “Hadrianus”, nume de origine latina ce inseamna “originar de lânga Marea Adriatica”.
ALEXANDRU / ALEXANDRA – de la “Alexandros”, nume grecesc care inseamna “protector al barbatilor”.
ALINA – [araba] nobil
AMANDA / ANGELA / ANGELICA – de la “amanda / amandus”, o expresie latina însemnând “cea care trebuie iubita”. Acest nume a fost un adjectiv latinesc, corespunzand termenului masculin “angelicus”. Acest termen este originar de la numele grecesc “angelos”, însemnând “mesager”. Expertii nu sunt siguri daca acest termen vechi este sursa modernului nume feminin Amanda. Poate fi o simpla extindere a familiarului Angela, probabil influentat de frantuzescul Angelique, însemnând “angelic, diafan”.
ANA / ANCA / OANA – de la “channah”, nume ebraic care inseamna “gratie favorita”.
ANDREEA / ANDREI – de la “Andreas”, nume masculin grecesc care inseamna “razboinic”.
ANTONIA / ANTON – de la “Antoniu” (nume de origine latina care inseamna “a fost pierdut”) sau de la cuvântul latin “antius” (“avangardistul”).
AURELIA / AUREL – de la “Aurelius”, nume de origine latina, însemnând “aurita / auritul”.
BEATRICE – de la “viatrix”, nume latin ce inseamna “voiajor / calator”.
BIANCA – provine din cuvântul “blanc” (din franceza veche), ce inseamna “alb”.
BOGDAN – de la “bogdan”, o fraza slava ce inseamna “darul lui Dumnezeu”.
CALIN (l.lat. “Cataalinus”) – cel care umbla cântând.
CAMELIA – de la o expresie din latina ce inseamna “ajutorul preotului”.
CARMEN (l.lat.) – “cântec de dragoste”.
CAROLINA / CAROL – de la “Karl”, cuvânt antic german ce inseamna “om liber”.
CATALINA / ECATERINA / CATALIN – de la “aikaterine”, nume grec ce inseamna “pur”. Dar nu toti expertii sunt de acord. Unii spun ca numele este derivat din cuvântul grec “katharos”. Altii sustin ca s-ar trage din numele lui Hecate, zeita greaca a magiei. O alta sursa posibila este “katerina”, un cuvânt grec pentru “tortura”.
CECILIA / CELIA / CECIL – de la “caecilia”, nume latin ce inseamna “orb”.
CEZAR – de la “caesarius”, nume latin ce inseamna “seful”.
CIPRIAN – de la “cyprianus”, nume latin ce inseamna “originar din Cipru”.
CLARA – de la expresia latina ce inseamna “sclipitor”.
CLAUDIA / CLAUDIU – de la o expresie latina (“lame”) care inseamna “schiop”.
CONSTANTIN – de la “constans”, nume latin care inseamna “statornic”.
CORINA – de la “kore”, nume grec ce inseamna “fecioara”.
CORNELIA / CORNEL – cuvântul de origine este “cornu”, echivalentul latin pentru “horn”.
CRISTINA / CRISTIAN – de la “christiana”, nume latin ce inseamna “urmasul lui Cristos”.
DANA / DANIELA / DOINA / DAN / DANIEL – prenume de origine ebraica (“cel ce a judecat”).
DAVID – originea cuvântului vine din ebraica si inseamna “de iubit”.
DELIA (l.gr.) – “cea de pe insula Delos” (Grecia).
DIANA – de la “diviana”, nume latin pentru “zeita”.
DORIN – prenume de origina greaca: apartenenta la grupul etnic al “Dorilor” sau derivat din “theodor” (“darul Domnului”).
DRAGOS – isi are originea in limba slavona (“dulce glorie”).
DUMITRU – corespunde zeului grec “Demetrius” (zeul agriculturii).
ELENA / ELEONORA / NORA – nume grec ce inseamna “raza de soare”.
ELISABETA (l.ebr.) – “cea care il cinsteste pe Jehova”.
ELVIRA – de la “ali wer”, o fraza din germana antica ce inseamna “intr-adevar strain”.
ELVIRA (l.span.) – “cea mareata” sau “cea care pastreaza”.
EMANUELA / EMANUEL – de la “Imanuel”, nume ebraic care inseamna “Dumnezeu este cu noi”.
EMILIA / EMIL – de la “Aemilus”, nume latin care inseamna “dornic / nerabdator / zelos”.
EUGENIA / EUGEN – de la “eugenios”, nume grec ce inseamna “aristocrata / aristocrat”.
FELICIA / FELIX – de la “felix”, nume ce inseamna “fericit”.
FILIP – de la “philippos”, nume grec ce inseamna “iubitor de cai”.
FLORINA / FLORENTINA / FLORIN – de la “florentina”, nume latin ce insemana “infloritoare”.
GABRIELA / GABRIEL – de la “Gowriel”, nume ebraic ce inseamna “Dumnezeu e puterea mea”.
GEORGINA / GEORGE / GHEORGHE – de la “georgios”, nume grec ce inseamna “fermier / taran”.
GRIGORE – de la “gregorios”, nume grec ce inseamna “vigilent”.
HORIA – de la “Heinrich”, nume germanic antic ce inseamna “cap de familie”.
IACOB – de la vechiul prenume ebraic Iacov, respectiv Iaakov (“Cel ce tine de calcâi”, conf. “Geneza 25:26″).
ILEANA – de la expresia ebraica care inseamna “raspunsul Domnului”.
IOANA / ION / IOAN – de la “Yochana”, nume evreiesc, însemnând “binecuvântarea Domnului”.
IRINA – de la “eirene”, nume grec însemnând “pasnica”.
IULIA / JULIETA / IULIU – de la expresia latina care inseamna “descendentul zeului Jupiter”.
IUSTINA / IUSTIN – de la “justinus”, nume latin care inseamna “cel care gândeste corect”.
LAURA / LORENA / LAUREAN / LAURENTIU – de la “laurus” (“tufa de laur”) sau de la “originar din Laurentum” (localitate veche lânga Roma).
LEONARD – de la “leonhard”, cuvânt vechi germanic însemnând “puterea leului”.
LILIANA – de la “lilium”, cuvânt latin însemnând “crin”.
LIVIA / LIVIU – de la expresia latina însemnând “albastru”.
LUCIA / LUCIANA / LUCA / LUCIAN (l.lat. “lucire”) – “luminoasa / luminosul”.
LUCRETIA / LUCRETIU – de la “lucror”, cuvânt latin ce inseamna “a reusi”.
MAGDALENA / MADALINA – de la expresia ebraica însemnând “originara din Magdala” (sat biblic pe malul Marii Galilee, presupus a fi locul de origine al Mariei Magdalena, personaj neotestamentar).
MARCELA / MARCEL / MARTINA / MARTIN – de la “Marcia / Martinus”, prenume latine însemnând “dedicat lui Mars” (zeul razboiului la romani).
MARGARETA (l.iran.) – “perla”.
MARIA / MARIANA / MARIELA – de la Miryam, nume ebraic însemnând “copil dorit”. Altii interpreteaza prenumele ca însemnând “rebel” sau “multa amaraciune”.
MARIN (l.lat. “marinus”) – “marinarul”.
MARIUS / MARCU – de la expresia latina însemnând “barbatesc” (deriva de la “Mars”, zeul razboiului la romani).
MARTA – de la expresia “femeie de casa”.
MIHAELA / MIHAI – de la o expresie ebraica însemnând “cine se aseamana cu Jehova ?”.
MIRABELA – de la “mirabilis”, cuvânt latinesc însemnând “miraculos”.
MIRCEA – probabil de la prenumele slav “Miroslav / Mirco” (“slava Pacii”).
MIRELA – de la “Mireille”, prenume frantuzesc însemnând “admira”.
MONICA – de la “monos”, cuvânt grecesc însemnând “sihastra”.
NADIA – de la “nadejda”, nume rusesc însemnând “speranta”.
NARCISA – de la “narkissos”, nume grec care inseamna “pierdut”.
NATALIA (lat.) – “cea nascuta la Craciun”.
NICOLETA / NICOLAE – de la “Niko-Laos”, nume grecesc însemnând “popor victorios”.
OCTAVIA / OCTAVIAN – provine din expresia latina însemnând “al optulea nascut”.
OLGA – de la “Helga”, nume scandinav însemnând “de succes”. Nu toti expertii sunt de acord cu aceasta, unii spunand ca poate fi derivat din nume vechi însemnând “binecuvântata” sau “sfânta”.
OLIVIA / OLIVIU / OLIVER – de la “olivia”, nume însemnând “maslin”.
PAULA / PAUL / PAVEL – sursa numelui este latina, iar traducerea este “cel mic de statura”.
PETRE / PETRU – prenume provenit din greaca. Traducerea lui ar fi “dur / piatra”.
RADU (l.slav. “rad”) – “veselul”.
REMUS (l.lat. “Remus”) – “vâslasul”.
RODICA – de la prenumele englez “Roda” (“rhode” = “trandafir”).
SERGIU (l.lat. “Sergius”) – “servare” = “a salva”; “servus” = “servitor”.
SILVIU (l.lat. “silvanus”) – “padurarul”.
SIMION (l.ebr. “simon”) – “ascultator”.
STEFAN (l.gr.) – “purtatorul cununei învingatorului”.
TEODOR (l.gr. “theodor”) – “darul Domnului”.
TIBERIU (l.lat. “tiberius”) – “fiul zeului râului Tibru” (Roma).
VASILE (l.gr. “basilaeus”) – “domnitorul”.
VICTORIA (l.lat.) – “invingatoarea”.
VIORICA (l.lat. “Violetta”) – “viorea”.
VIRGIL (l.lat. “Virgilius”) – semnificatie necunoscuta (probabil de origine etrusca).

01/09/2010

Astazi am împlinit 4 ani!

Filed under: Professional — Tags: , , — linguatranscript @ 05:39

Astazi Centrul nostru de cursuri de limbi straine si traduceri a împlinit 4 anisori.

Suntem multumiti de ce am realizat pâna acum,

suntem onorati de portofoliul nostru de clienti carora le multumim pentru încredere.

Si în continuare ne-am propus sa realizam si mai mult …si desigur mai bine.

Speram sa va numarati în continuare printre clientii nostri.

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