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Q: i am searching a italine speaking job

i am searching a italine language speaking job can u help me. thank you.

1 year 23 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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I'm guessing if you could translate you'd already know about the job scene in that field.

 

Aside from that there's probably not much around.I've never heard of an Italian language school but of you could get a visa somehow you might be able to convince a language school to start some Italian classes, or teach Italian privately.

 

Honestly though... unless you have a skil other than being able to speak Italian you're probably not going to get anything in China.

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There is a place just east of France and south of Switzerland with a pleasant climate and good food. I believe they have several openings that require italine [sic] right now. I wish you the best of luck.

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I'm guessing if you could translate you'd already know about the job scene in that field.

 

Aside from that there's probably not much around.I've never heard of an Italian language school but of you could get a visa somehow you might be able to convince a language school to start some Italian classes, or teach Italian privately.

 

Honestly though... unless you have a skil other than being able to speak Italian you're probably not going to get anything in China.

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You can’t even spell it how are u going to teach it piasno

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'don't ever go against the family,,,,  now go get me a pizza,,,  and be sure and sit in the front-seat of the car later this evenining......

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