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Busqué el término "chiísmo" en google y tuve que ir a la segunda página de google para encontrarme la primera página musulmana que habla sobre el chiísmo y es una página suní. Lo que estoy pensando en hacer es crear una página blogspot y coger a voluntarios chiíes y traducir textos sobre el chiísmo (de páginas como al-islam) y poner todo lo que traduzcamos ahí. ¿Que les parece la idea?

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11 hours ago, Khillo said:

Busqué el término "chiísmo" en google y tuve que ir a la segunda página de google para encontrarme la primera página musulmana que habla sobre el chiísmo y es una página suní. Lo que estoy pensando en hacer es crear una página blogspot y coger a voluntarios chiíes y traducir textos sobre el chiísmo (de páginas como al-islam) y poner todo lo que traduzcamos ahí. ¿Que les parece la idea?

Alsalam alikum,

We have a project to translate some shia videos into Spanish.

So you can help us in translating texts from English into Spanish if you are interested.

Here is one of the videos that we translated:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9bOc7t7fx4

 

Edited by Zahra1

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20 minutes ago, Zahra1 said:

Alsalam alikum,

We have a project to translate some shia videos into Spanish.

So you can help us in translating texts from English into Spanish if you are interested.

Here is one of the videos that we translated:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9bOc7t7fx4

 

The quality of this translation is very good from what I have seen. I will help, just tell me which videos to translate.

My idea is also to create a page just about Shia Islam in Spanish to reach the Spanish-speaking public (which Sunni pages have convinced that there is only one kind of Islam or that Shias are not Muslims to begin with). Judging by the quality of the translation, I gather you must be a very good Spanish speaker, so I ask you to please join the project :) 

I do not know how to put the subtitles like in the video though so that may be an obstacle in translating the videos.

 

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Actually, I am still learning Spanish, so my friend who was translating this text into Spanish.

My part in this project to write english texts of these videos, then I send them to my friends to translate them into Spanish, then send them to another one for the subtitles.

I have already attached a text in word file. Take a look to see if you can translate it all or even a part of it, please.

As for your project, there are many pages in Spanish, but yeah, creating a new one, it would be good too. I can give you some ideas to improve it.

Thank you.

45.docx

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I can help you but more with writtings than with listening, since my listening in english is not very good, but I can try with videos too, but I don't compromise with videos, I'll try.

I'd like to create a website too, but in several languages, it will be mine and just mine and when I had finished it I'll post it here to check what the community says about it. But is a long term project.

 

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