Translating the Skritter dictionary

In Developmentby Skritter

Students of Chinese and Japanese hail from all corners of the world, not just English-speaking parts. So here at Skritter we want to make our methods of language study as accessible as possible to speakers of all languages.

We’re looking for a group of helpful individuals, with a intermediate to high level of Chinese or Japanese, who often create corrections or definitions, to help us work on the Skritter dictionary in exchange for free access. (We call these individuals “ballers”).

As long as corrections are made on a consistent basis, you would be able to continue receiving free Skritter access. If you fit into this category and are interested, please let me know at jeremy@skritter.com, along with which language pair you would like to work on, and I can fill you in on the details.

Thanks!
Language pairs most needed:
Chinese-English
Chinese-Polish
Japanese-Spanish
Chinese-Chinese (simp)
Chinese-Norwegian
Chinese-Japanese
Chinese-Russian
Chinese-Vietnamese
Japanese-Italian
Japanese-French
(plus any pair not list here which isn’t on the ‘not needed’ list)
Language pairs not needed:
Japanese-English
Chinese-German
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