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Bonjour ! I am Yves and my friends call me Yves (pronounced [iv]). As a matter of fact they didn't manage a diminutive. You wonder why, don't you? I have always been a French native so far and I gather (and hope) this will last: there happen to be things that stick to your skin. Languages...


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Bonjour !

I am Yves and my friends call me Yves (pronounced [iv]). As a matter of fact they didn't manage a diminutive. You wonder why, don't you?

I have always been a French native so far and I gather (and hope) this will last: there happen to be things that stick to your skin.
Languages have always been of a major interest for me: without French, I wouldn't have written poems for a number of girls and not all of them had a sense of poetry though, taking into account the success I encountered.
Then, a deep love for English language came with my love for the first beauty the French Ministry of Education sent us to teach English when I was eleven. It lasted until her treason when I saw her kiss goodbye to an uggly guy who dropped her off at work. Fortunately I kept my love for English that came then with the guitar, the Beatles' songs and languorous looks.

So much so that I became a teacher for both languages and had plenty of time to make pupils and students work on the power of words, their music, their traps, their effects. Alas, grammar, spelling, syntax and glossaries were often the inevitable black sheep in the picture for them.
A couple years went by and I discovered other languages that allowed a conversation with a machine. That's how I stepped into the breach of computing and ITs.

At the moment I only deal with professional translations and you'll be able to rely on my knowledge of both languages to deliver an accurate job within the best possible deadline and I can't think of a field I would have never encountered.

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Pas-de-Calais, being one part of our new regional divisions (Nord Pas-de-Calais Picardie), is where "people have in their heart the sun they haven't got outside". This well known description comes along with Dany BOON's "Bienvenue chez les ch'tis".
This film that has been subject to a remake in the United States ("Welcome to the land of Shtis") contains two secrets. The first I will tell you. The second I won't.
"ch'ti" comes from our French conjugation and local pronunciation: "ch'est ti". It sounds like "'chU" standing for "it's you". Then I truely am an "'chU" and you would find here around a pretty good number of "'chUs" (ch'tis).
A "fricandelle" is mixed minced meat (to be pronounced as fast as possible) served in a crusty baguette most times with French fried potatoes and hot sauce. You buy it at a food truck that sells chips ("Baraque à frites"). Now, the secret is in the meats. Every single ch'ti must abide by the clause of non-disclosure they inherited from their parents. Then, sorry!
The place has been an entrance for a number of invaders throughout History. Now, our "Anneau de la Mémoire" in Lorette (Memory Ring) gathers thousands of soldier names from all over the world who fell during the last world wars. Everyone of them was a son, a father, uncle, friend or neighbour. Each of them was a loved one and our collective memory is still bleeding when we've got an overview of the ring and the number of people it gives a tribute to, whatever the nation they belonged to.
The area had been a coal center (not to be confused with the other one). All of this is now history, though you can still see the mine headframes here and there.
The landscape starts with the eastern plains, through the hills of Artois, to the splendid western sandy beaches and white cliffs at cap Blanc nez ("White nose"). By clear wheather you'll be able to have a glimpse at what our dear British neighbours will propose at lunch. Now, should you be myopic, we've got spyglasses for a very low price (though...)
To end with, I surely would be delighted to make you mouth-watering with the menus our local restaurants offer but you're in France and you know that we don't give a damn about food, wines, champagne and other miseries of life!

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Faculty/Department: Université Artois

Years Attended: 2000 to 2001

Degree Obtained: Master's degree in translation-localization (pair English/French)

Faculty/Department: CUEEP

Years Attended: 2001 to 2001

Degree Obtained: Master's degree in ITs for pedagogical purposes

Faculty/Department: Inspection Académique Arras

Years Attended: 1992 to 1993

Degree Obtained: Bachelor's degree of Education

Faculty/Department: École Normale de Garçons Arras Carabiniers

Years Attended: 1975 to 1977

Degree Obtained: Certified Teacher

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Bonjour !

I am Yves and my friends call me Yves (pronounced [iv]). As a matter of fact they didn't manage a diminutive. You wonder why, don't you?

I have always been a French native so far and I gather (and hope) this will last: there happen to be things that stick to your skin.
Languages have always been of a major interest for me: without French, I wouldn't have written poems for a number of girls and not all of them had a sense of poetry though, taking into account the success I encountered.
Then, a deep love for English language came with my love for the first beauty the French Ministry of Education sent us to teach English when I was eleven. It lasted until her treason when I saw her kiss goodbye to an uggly guy who dropped her off at work. Fortunately I kept my love for English that came then with the guitar, the Beatles' songs and languorous looks.

So much so that I became a teacher for both languages and had plenty of time to make pupils and students work on the power of words, their music, their traps, their effects. Alas, grammar, spelling, syntax and glossaries were often the inevitable black sheep in the picture for them.
A couple years went by and I discovered other languages that allowed a conversation with a machine. That's how I stepped into the breach of computing and ITs.

At the moment I only deal with professional translations and you'll be able to rely on my knowledge of both languages to deliver an accurate job within the best possible deadline and I can't think of a field I would have never encountered.

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