Dear Hiring Manager,
Learning of your requirement for a new Chinese Translator position, I hastened to submit my detailed resume for your resume. As a highly experienced and skilled professional with more than 5 years of experience in Chinese translation, I have proved to be a highly accurate translator. And I feel confident that this asset of mine will significantly contribute to the growth of your business.
The nuances of the language fascinate me and have allowed me to explore and marinate them each and every day. I have traveled around the world and visited China plenty of times, and this has allowed me to learn and develop a liking for the Chinese culture, and religion. Not just this, I also have a strong passion for politics, and I can very easily understand legal and political terminologies. Having said this, I request you to have a quick look into my accomplishments:
I have a dual degree – a bachelor’s degree in Chinese Literature, and a degree in foreign languages from *** University. To add feathers to my cap, I also am fluent in reading and speaking Italian, Dutch, and Polish. Beyond this, I regularly read books in all these languages to maintain my fluency in them. I also have a decent conversational grasp of all these languages.
I will consider it an honor if given a chance to apply my abilities to help grease your wheel of business relationships and assist *** in attaining greater heights. Hoping to see you in person to discuss further how best of a fit I can be for this role.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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