I moved to new city last year and 've been living for one and a half year.
I got used to my new life, so I've been wanting to start something new and be a part of society, but I couldn't find an appropriate thing to do.
Lots of mothers start to work once their children go into elementary school and try to earn money for giving their children good opportunities to have better education, I guess.
I often say to myself that I should do the same,
but I couldn't do it.
I'd rather choose to stay at home as long as our family can live a simple life.
So, I decided to do what I'm really interested in and found this group is looking for volunteers.
There are many kinds of jobs avairable for volunteers, and above all, Japanese-English translation interested me the most.
But I didn't think I can pass a trial test because I have no experience of translation and know nothing about it, so I applied for the job with no expectation of success.
Fortunately, My score was B+ and I was welcomed to be a member of that job.
I'm so thrilled to get the result and really excited to do,
but at the same time, I'm horrified because I have received a looong document attacked to the welcome mail.
It explains how to do a proper translation.
I've got quite many things to study...
I'm not sure if I can make it...