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Really *being* European

Postby phil » Sun Aug 15, 2004 11:24 am

As you all know, TMC's intention is to be the European coffee resource.

To that end, Neku has suggested that it would be a good idea for us to translate our content additionally into European languages other than English, where-ever possible.

We've taken the first step and put K's article about pods up on the site in its original Dutch (our version of the article was translated *to* English by Neku).

We would be eternally grateful if TMC members whose native language is not English volunteered to translate some of our more significant content into, say, German, French, Dutch, Swedish and or Norwegian, etc. Maybe even Italian? Spanish?

Any takers please?

Lest there be any confusion though, I should say that the primary language of TMC will always remain as English, which is probably the most widely-spoken second language for people in Europe anyway - and anyway a number of TMC's members are anglophones (including the site administrator :wink:)
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Que lastima!

Postby pault » Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:28 pm

Porque del acto traicionero del Miguel Owen :twisted:

y a despecho del nuevo jefe Benitez no me quiero de ver ninguno Espanol en este sitio!!!

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Postby Ian » Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:46 pm

Ciò è probabilmente un'idea molto buona, comunque sono incapace per assistere in qualunque traduzione come il mio francese puerile è adesso abbastanza povero ed il mio italiano deve essere prodotto da un traduttore in linea.

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Postby michel » Sun Aug 15, 2004 6:15 pm

Ian wrote:Ciò è probabilmente un'idea molto buona, comunque sono incapace per assistere in qualunque traduzione come il mio francese puerile è adesso abbastanza povero ed il mio italiano deve essere prodotto da un traduttore in linea.

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Maybe its better to keep it english Phil :?
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Postby maurice » Sun Aug 15, 2004 6:31 pm

Phil wrote
"English...is probably the most wisely-spoken second language in Europe anyway"


What second language do unwise Europeans speak?
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Postby Steve » Sun Aug 15, 2004 8:40 pm

I can speak really bostin brummie ;)
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Postby Joey » Sun Aug 15, 2004 9:00 pm

Hilfe! Ich komme ja gerade noch mit dem Englischen zurecht. Na das wird lustig... ;-)

joey

PS.: Seriously, good idea. I promised to Neku I'll do some articles like "how to make an espresso", "americano", "cleaning the machine" and "cupping" story - in exchange I hope the autors are ok with it if I use my translated versions for training my employees :-D

But as I am very busy right now opening the store, I am not mad if someone else german speaking does one of these stories if you want to have it quicker then it's possible for me. I will use some weeks to find the time.

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Postby tisri » Fri Nov 26, 2004 12:37 am

Easy peasy

A fim de que não haja toda a confusão though, eu devo dizer que a língua preliminar de TMC remanescerá sempre como o inglês, que é provavelmente a segunda língua largo-a mais falada para povos em Europa de qualquer maneira - e de qualquer maneira um número de membros de TMC's são anglophones

All you need is the Babelfish! It even translates back into English without being too badly mangled ;)
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Postby Belgik » Thu Mar 24, 2005 1:09 pm

Zeg eh mannekes, 't is al aarreg genoech zoë zondar daddegijle het noch aarreger mütt moake...
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Postby huub » Thu Mar 24, 2005 1:26 pm

Say eh mannekes, t is already aarreg genoech zoë sun drone daddegijle
it nor aarreger mütt moake...

hmm.. that's the translation..But it only translates dutch..there's no belgian to english option.. :lol:
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