求高手帮我翻译一段文字

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英语太烂了
  自己瞎翻、 Google 、 雅虎 、 金山词霸都用尽了 翻出来的连我自己都读不懂 多谢好心人了 一个多小时就折腾这几句还没完~~~
  While some types of volunteering are created primarily to serve the volunteer (in the rehabilitation and mental health fields, for example, volunteering is viewed as part of the healing process), most volunteering is organized to generate benefits beyond the persons engaged in it. Hence, it is widely acknowledged that volunteering can produce benefits for the organization engaging the volunteer and/or for service users, program participants, and communities at large. In this sense there is usually an expectation that volunteers will generate value through their involvement. Volunteers are often a cost-effective source of labour, but they certainly are not “free.” In most instances, volunteer engagement needs to be coordinated. Typically, volunteer coordination entails a series of functions including, for example, needs assessment, volunteer position design, infrastructure development, recruitment, screening, orientation, training, placement, supervision and ongoing support, recognition, performance evaluation, and program evaluation. While there is a wide range in the degree of formality with which these functions are undertaken, most organizations find it necessary to invest some measure of time and financial resources to successfully engage volunteers. Where the work of volunteers is more complex, sophisticated, risky, or direct-service in nature, the costs associated with its coordination usually increase. In societies where liability can be connected with the involvement of volunteers, a greater pressure exists to ensure the safe and effective engagement of volunteers (Graff, 2003).
  These factors are typically associated with higher volunteer coordination costs both in terms of time and money. Because volunteer labour is by definition unpaid, there is a general assumption, thoughperhaps rarely articulated, that volunteer involvement will return more than it costs to mobilize. The returns on volunteer involvement take many forms, but the “assumption” prevails that when all costs and benefits are tallied, there is a positive return on the investment in volunteer involvement. The term assumption is used deliberately here because it is so often the case that volunteers are engaged with much less conscious planning or rigour than paid staff.
  还有 那位好心人给我推荐个好点的翻译软件啊
  谢谢了 感激不尽啊

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楼主hustimage 时间:2010-05-31 14:41:15
  谢谢你啊 真是好人啊
  
  我们毕业要做几千字的文献翻译
  我翻了好几个小时没翻出几百个字来
  愁死我了~~
  
  
  再次谢谢你了
  感激不尽
  
  
楼主hustimage 时间:2010-05-31 20:13:33
  唉 大晚上的翻译英语翻得我怒火中烧啊
  英语好纠结啊
楼主hustimage 时间:2010-05-31 21:18:43
  The report of the Advisory Board on the Voluntary Sector, an Ontario government initiative entitled Sustaining a Civic Society in Ontario, identified as early as 1997 that fundamental shifts of government responsibilities into the voluntary sector would lead to a greater reliance on volunteering if previous service levels were to be maintained.
  
  
  那位再帮我翻译这一句吧
  太长了是在翻译不出来
  谢谢了
楼主hustimage 时间:2010-06-01 11:59:52
  真是太感谢你了
  比我自己翻译的好读懂多了~~
楼主hustimage 时间:2010-06-01 12:05:36
  有很长的一段 不好全贴出来 所以搞的没上下文了
楼主hustimage 时间:2010-06-01 13:59:12
  嗯 我们不是英语专业 对翻译要求可能没那么高 能表达出来就好了 所以把句子弄连贯就好了
  
  严重羡慕英语好的人
  
  今天一下午还得献给英语了