Renata Noronha Cossio
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Curitiba, PR 80730-380

+55(41) 9152-3520
Skype: recossio



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Tradução Juramentada de qualidade
Português – Inglês

Documentos pessoais que precisam de tradução juramentada incluem certidões de nascimento e casamento, passaportes, certificados acadêmicos e autorizações de residência. Também tenho experiência na criação e tradução de documentos corporativos, como contratos financeiros e comunicações internas. Ja provi este tipo de trabalho para empresas multi-nacionais nos Estados Unidos e Europa.

Traduções podem ter qualquer formato ou tamanho, então por que não entrar em contato hoje. Peça um orçamento ou ligue diretamente para +55(41) 9152-3520.

 Certificada pela Junta Comercial do Paraná
 como Tradutora Juramentada Inglês – Português

 Fluência em Inglês e Francês

 First Certificate in English by Cambridge
 University (ESOL), Grade: A+

 111 Score no TOEFL (2012)

 Experiência com PCs e Macs

 CAT Tools (Trados).



Welcome to RNC Translations
High-quality Sworn Translations
Portuguese – English

Personal documents that may require a sworn translator include birth and marriage documents, passports, academic certificates and residents permits. I am also experienced in the creation and translation of corporate documentation including Financials and internal communications. I have provided these services to
multi-national companies and their clients, in the US
and Europe.

Translation requirements can come in all shapes and sizes, so why not get in touch today. Request a quote or if you would rather contact me by phone call +55(41) 9152-3520.

 Native Brazilian Portuguese speaker

 Receiver of the Official Brazilian Government Certificate
 of Translation in English – Portuguese

 Fluent in English and French

 First Certificate in English by Cambridge
 University (ESOL), Grade: A+

 111 TOEFL Score (2012)

 Experience with PCs and Macs

 CAT Tools (Trados).



Como se diz?


 Jul 10 2013
 09:00 PM  172 notes

The only people who ever get any place interesting are the people who get lost.
-Henry David Thoreau (via lesexquisites)

(via religion-of-solitude)


 Mar 13 2013
 10:14 AM  6 notes

Faking French


 Feb 21 2013
 12:22 PM  11,053 notes

(via religion-of-solitude)


 Feb 21 2013
 02:26 AM  21 notes

He smiled understandingly–much more than understandingly. It was one of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it, that you may come across four or five times in life. It faced–or seemed to face–the whole external world for an instant, and then concentrated on you with an irresistable prejudice in your favor. It understood you just so far as you wanted to be understood, believed in you as you would like to believe in yourself and assured you that it had precisely the impression of you that, at your best, you hoped to convey.
-The Great Gatsby is one of the greatest books ever and the above quote, focused on such a simple act of understanding, resonates the importance of Fitzgerald’s writings.


 Feb 21 2013
 02:22 AM  4 notes

(Source: colouresolution)


 Feb 20 2013
 02:00 AM  20 notes

Alphabet differences in Norway (sorry, not Sweden)

Controversy, What Controversy

 Feb 10 2013
 07:35 PM  

It is true that everything in the world is in a way a copy of some pre-existing form, albeit improved or adapted - in fact, that is how some people would define creativity, and I believe they would be correct. However, there is copying with originality, and there is mere copying (aka plagiarism).

For me, one of the biggest examples of uninventive, shameful copying is Rod Stewart’s hit “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”:

Wikipedia tells us that while Stewart was vacationing in Brazil in the mid-70s, he listened to a big summer hit from Jorge Ben, a Brazilian musician, called “Taj Mahal”:

He must have really liked it for the chorus from “Taj Mahal” is perfectly placed into the chorus of “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”.

Vanila Ice’s Ice Ice Baby would be another example, but this one always stands out for me because it involves Brazil. Apparently Jorge and Rod settled out of court.


 Jan 21 2013
 05:27 PM  286 notes

"Make your life a dream,

And your dream a reality”

Antoine du St. Exupery


 Jan 21 2013
 05:23 PM  7 notes

RIP Audrey Hepburn

She passed away 30 years ago.

I remember the first time I saw her, in Funny Face, dancing with Fred Astaire.


 Jan 19 2013
 10:33 AM  433,883 notes

(via notofficialcastiel)