Started as a translator

I had been thinking of putting my knowledge of English to immediate account, apart from my current job.

The other day, a site caught my eye while I was surfing the Net. The site was looking for translators. Although I have helped my friend translate some documents from Japanese into English before, I have never done that as work.
I decided to apply for the job without any hesitation, of course, and took a test. I had to translate some documents from English into Japanese and vice versa. In addition, I had to answer questions about which Japanese English learners are easily confused. I explained grammatical points.

Today I finally got the results and passed the test! I did it!

I know there won't be a lot of assignment at first. I'll do my best and expand my skills when I get it.
     

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Thank you for visiting here and giving me your comment.
I'm always welcoming you and please feel free to visit here.

Thank you for your prompt reply.
I'm a fan of your blog.

Oops, sorry, that's a typo. I meant "vice versa"(その逆も~).
I'm sorry for confusing you.

I'm sorry, I can't understand the words "vise versa".
What does it mean in Japanese.
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