Query and response language option
Thread poster: Yngve Roennike

Yngve Roennike  Identity Verified
Local time: 20:45
Swedish to English
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Mar 2, 2002

Should we not try whenever possible to stick with English in our queries and responses so that everyone in this forum will have a chance to benefit especially when LLD languages (languages of limited diffusion) are concerned, or alternatively provide a translation into English of same? I\'ve noticed that some questioners stick to their natives tongues religiously to the exclusino of the vast audience out there!

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David Rockell
Chinese to English
Maublae i tolluk ambvu! Mar 7, 2002

Ibii mveli tes rokka meba dal ikebi fu farbal to dat. Jokkari semu Ingirissi to kabari fu meha lah sinu.

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Yngve Roennike  Identity Verified
Local time: 20:45
Swedish to English
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TOPIC STARTER
See what I mean! Mar 8, 2002

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SusyZ  Identity Verified
Local time: 20:45
Just a humble opinion... Mar 10, 2002

Although it would be nice of the person posting a comment to have it in English, I believe in some cases sticking with your native language is OK. Specially if the topic to be discussed pertains only to the people speaking that language or if they don\'t feel as comfortable expressing their thoughts in English

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