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Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translate?

Postby Marianne316 » 27 Jul 2006, 07:46

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby aippia » 27 Jul 2006, 10:19

She has given you her mobile number and the phone number of her aunt as she might be related to your grandfather and greatfather. She does say that she speakes english if you have problems with italian and wants you to contact her as soon as possible.
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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby suanj » 27 Jul 2006, 11:22

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby Marianne316 » 28 Jul 2006, 00:05

thanks alot!
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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby wishyou » 28 Jul 2006, 04:02

You better delete that phones numbers from the post, anyway.
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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby mfjp » 28 Jul 2006, 04:18

wishyou wrote:You better delete that phones numbers from the post, anyway.


Phone #'s deleted..

The original message will be private messaged to the poster... just for her records...

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby Marianne316 » 28 Jul 2006, 22:35

thanks - I wasn't even thinking about the phone #s! Good looking out, guys!
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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby elba » 29 Jul 2006, 19:39

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby Marianne316 » 29 Jul 2006, 19:48

thank you so much for the translation!
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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby nuccia » 29 Jul 2006, 20:57

elba,

Nice to see you helping out here with translations. Your input is always appreciated and welcomed! The letter was beautiful, wasn't it?

Elba is always willing to do translations for us word for word, of simple documents or letters, in case anyone is interested.

I found her translations to be very accurate and very helpful to me in my personal research.

Thanks again for your participation and attention to detail!

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby suanj » 29 Jul 2006, 21:04

Marianne316 wrote:thanks alot!

:D shorthly ..but quick and comprehensible :D
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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby nuccia » 29 Jul 2006, 21:16

Yes...both are great inputs from two very respected people...I should have mentioned that...my apologizes if I offended you suanj! :oops: You know how much your input means here.

Our goal here is to have everyone offer as much help to our posters as possible and this thread proves that... This is a team effort, as always. :D :D

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby elba » 30 Jul 2006, 02:42

suanj wrote:
Marianne316 wrote:thanks alot!

:D shorthly ..but quick and comprehensible :D


I did say that it was an unsolicited translation and that Marianne had only asked for a brief idea of what was said.

Suanj I'm not seeking to offend you at all. Your knowledge within your field of expertise is 'non plus ultra'. And your translations from English to Italian leave my mouth hanging open in awe. That is why having made a couple of mistakes on another board when doing an EN -IT and being 'picked-up' for it on line (not by you I might add) I have never wanted to make a fool of myself again. So I concentrate on IT-EN only.

But this letter was so warm I just couldn't resist.

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby mfjp » 30 Jul 2006, 03:27

elba wrote:
suanj wrote:
Marianne316 wrote:thanks alot!

:D shorthly ..but quick and comprehensible :D


Suanj .....

Your knowledge within your field of expertise is 'non plus ultra'.
elba


I certainly agree too!! She is truly one of the best!! :P

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Re: Help with email contact from Italy - can anyone translat

Postby vj » 30 Jul 2006, 04:51

mfjp wrote:
elba wrote:
suanj wrote:
Marianne316 wrote:thanks alot!

:D shorthly ..but quick and comprehensible :D


Suanj .....

Your knowledge within your field of expertise is 'non plus ultra'.
elba


I certainly agree too!! She is truly one of the best!! :P

Maria

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