Translator’s work is a professional work that demands not only translation itself, but also consequent revision and adaptation for a target reader, search and study of additional information to the subject-matter of the translation, cooperation with a native speaker, and often consulting with expert practitioners in order to provide a high quality translation. This activity means that the translator spends, in average, about one hour at translation of one standard page of text. One should have realistic expectations in respect to prices. It is necessary to ask how much time it was needed for elaboration of the original text for translation. Also situations when the translator finds obscure places or grammar mistakes in the original text . . .