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« on: November 07, 2017, 05:07:54 am »

Hi,

I am trying to say "I am a sworn translator (??) the High Court of this country". What preposition would you use ? Of ? with ? I am seeing many different things on the internet and I am losing it ! If you work for private individuals, but are allowed to translate in front of the High Court, you may need a different sentence. you do not work for the court. You swear in front of the court (that you will be faithful and truthful in your translations blabla) therefore you are a sworn translator (thanks to this court). I generally find "with" or "of", but I am honestly struggling to make a decision.


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