Expense for Japanese, Korean, Chinese and German translations
Submitted by Sourav Singh on May 20, 2020
thanks for your contributions so far.
I am curious how did you learn so many languages? - Bengali, Hindi, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, German & Swahili (latest contributions from today) ?
As for Korean, Chinese and Japanese, I had taken certification courses on these languages, so I am familiar with them as well. German and Swahili is something I am still learning and I hope to take a certification in German pretty soon.
The rest of the contributions have been already merged but please hold off adding more Swahili for now. We do have contributors in Africa who are more likely to be native speakers.
FTR I've started learning Swahili on Duolingo a few week ago myself.
I am going to approve this request because you've put effort into this but will not approve future translations for other languages where you are not a native speaker.
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