Off topic: Special translation request: possible victim of the Tsunami in Thailand (Please HELP)
Thread poster: Guillermo de la Puerta
Dear colleagues: a friend of mine is very worried about his girlfriend in Thailand. She lived in one of the zones most hit by the disaster. He cannot read thai letters and would like to know if her name really appears among the names published in the victims list.
Her name is: KARNCHANA PADAWAN
The Internet page is:
You must enter this login name and password
User ID: user
Thanks a lot in advance!
[Edited at 2004-12-27 15:43]
[Edited at 2004-12-27 17:06]
[Edited at 2004-12-27 18:55]
| Thai alphabet || Dec 27, 2004 |
I couldn't access more than the first page (she is not on that page) - too many connections. Your friend may use this alphabet explanation (http://www.omniglot.com/writing/thai.htm) trying to identify the first consonants of the name and, when matching, the other letters. I hope he can't find her name.
| | Eva Blanar
Local time: 22:41
English to Hungarian
| An English-language link, Phuket || Dec 27, 2004 |
You might also try this link:
Also, there is a "premium classifieds" portion, where you can request information - not really a specialised feature, but you never know...
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Special translation request: possible victim of the Tsunami in Thailand (Please HELP)
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