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Muhammad is a very reliable and professinal linguist! He understood the project's instructions and delivered his assignment on time and I am really pleased with the final result. Will definitely turn to him in the future.
We recently worked with Muhammed on our first project involving transcription/translation. We found him to be professional, courteous, and timely in all his correspondence. We look forward to working with him again.
Muhammad did a great job on the translation project I posted. I am really pleased to have selected him, and would definitely work with him again. He is a very good communicator, and our time zone difference was never a problem. Highly recommended!
Muhammad provided exemplary assistance in his role as a translator to us on the 2014 Presidential Election Observation Mission. He had an excellent command of the technical vocabulary pertinent to this mission that allowed us to carry out our duties in talking to judges at polling stations. Muhammad always acted professional in precisely translating our conversations with others and made it seem as though we were truly just carrying on a regular conversation with the judge. Highly recommend.
Muhammad Said was one of the most professional team members with whom I have had the pleasure to work with during my short visit to Egypt in May 2014. Not only did he possess the desired language skills that were required, but he took additional time to prepare for the specific project mission by becoming very adept at the terms and constructs we faced on each election day. He had a positive attitude, professional demeanor, and kept the discussions positive and lively.
Muhammad was very willing to work on a very important project for Translators without Borders. I appreciate his willingness to work, his very quick responses to emails and his quick follow ups - he always stayed on top of what was happening. Thanks!