really? didn't know that, but explains your very good fluency
very cool, what other translations do you do? i'm thinking I could be able to do some freelance work as a translator too since i'm fluent in 3 languages and understand 1 more (portuguese) but I know there's a huge difference when you have to be very precise with it like a pro should .
I have a diploma of uni for Portuguese<>German<Italian. If my average of marks in highschool would have been better I would have been able to apply for English too. I'm thinking about getting a certificate for English too. That wouldn't allow me to make sworn translations of official documents from English, but I think it would improve my chances to get a job.