Virtual conference for freelancers session (2010): Virtual Powwow for translators working in all languages H-O

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Alan Tolerton  Identity Verified
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French to English
French in "H to O" Sep 24, 2010

I don't get it; I just saw a group for language A-G, and it said it included all language beginning with the letters A to G. French begins with 'F' in both English and French, and yet it appears in this group "H to O." So why is French not in the A-G group? Or is it?

 


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