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ai muon nick vo lam

by luongtriet / January 24, 2006 12:40 PM PST

ai muon nick vo lam tu cap 95--) 100
xin lien he voi toi

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ai muon nick vo lam
by taboma / January 24, 2006 2:15 PM PST
In reply to: ai muon nick vo lam

luongtriet???
Peter, you are in charge of answering this request.
Peter, sounds like he is stuck in Windows 95 and wants to be on the Mac side. Wish I knew.
Just to show all of us how little we really know of the world.

Sorry, luongtriet, cannot help you at the present time.
Maybe others out there available to help luongtriet?

Recently while visiting Turkey, I would ask a question to a Turk along our route. If that person did not understand English, he would shrug his shoulders and tell me in Turkish: "I do not speak your language and do not understand.?
I would speak back to him ?Thank you very much for trying to help me.?
We would both shake hands and a great smile on each others face would grow. The universal language of trying to help each other and a thank you to each other! He and I knew that. Nice to see that all across most of Turkey.
The very small villages were really nice tring to communicate to the women that were selling their embroidery and wares. I would be talking to them in english and the women would talk back to all of us with their smiles and laughter. Another universal language.
Just wonderful.

-Kevin

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If you would like to try again in English
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / January 24, 2006 9:57 PM PST
In reply to: ai muon nick vo lam

we would be glad to try to help you.

P

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