English (international, UK vs US)

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david6
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English (international, UK vs US)

Post by david6 » Feb 1st, 2008, 10:59 pm

What should that mean in another language? Is there a preferred more international wording? Goes my 'foreign language' wording still mean the same thing?
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Re: English (international, UK vs US)

Post by Igor » Feb 2nd, 2008, 11:03 pm

david6 wrote:What should that mean in another language? Is there a preferred more international wording? Goes my 'foreign language' wording still mean the same thing?
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Hello David!
Thank you for the question! I'm terribly sorry, but I haven't been able to understand your question. Could you describe it in details, please.
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Post by david6 » Feb 4th, 2008, 7:25 am

I am offering assistance in this area. The question was rhetorical, and not meant to be answered.

Sorry for any confusion.
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