Tell me how to say hi - Job offered
Thread poster: Nina Khmielnitzky

Nina Khmielnitzky  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 06:21
Member (2004)
English to French
Feb 28, 2002

Hi,


I wonder what kind of job this is. Anyone can search on the Internet to find how to say \"hi\" in different languages. Why post it in the job offer section?


Nina


 

Elena Sgarbo (X)  Identity Verified
Italian to English
+ ...
I received that message like a plague today... Mar 1, 2002

My e-mail Inbox at one point today had 12 messages announcing this \"job\" entitled \"Please tell me how to say hi\" in different language pairs.


Since I don\'t work on over half those pairs, I thought it must be a virus... I quickly deleted them all.



 

Evi Zierlein
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:21
English to German
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Mistake? Mar 1, 2002

I saw it as well but just thought someone had probably clicked on the wrong boxes and ended up in \"Post job\" instead of \"Ask a pro\". I just found it quite strange (or should I say amuzing?)that there were several people who had posted a bid.

 

Angel Biojo
United States
Local time: 03:21
English to Spanish
Hi Mar 1, 2002

I agree with you. It\'s totally silly.

 

Susana Tejeda Taberna  Identity Verified
Local time: 12:21
English to Spanish
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Not only that... Mar 1, 2002

Not only that... I received the e-mail 7 times!!!!!

 


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