I want to purchase a Part (NON Model T) in the Czech Republic but need someone to help me with the ad
-Don Watson (710)784-1915 in Colorado I am retired so usually home or will be back shortly
Yak se mas !!
You need 2 wild and crazy guys to help you....
George phone me --its kind of complicated -Don
Pretty sure what George said was in Polish.
As in Jak się masz
Guess the Forum can’t handle foreign characters in a word
It was Slovak for sure.....
Need a Czech interpreter Not Polish or Slovak
Don - I used to live about 45 minute drive from Prague. You’d be surprised at how many Czechs speak a little English (even those who live in the countryside). If you have a phone number, would be worth calling and seeing if there is someone on the other end who can speak English.
Don, I gave you a name of a gentleman a year or so ago that lives in Los angeles and he is from chekoslovakia. I am out of the country and can't help you now. Frank.
That didn't work out ---This is another deal
My cousin just completed his doctorate in Slavik languages at Princeton. PM me and I will give you his contact information.
You may want to try General Mills it looks like they are skilled in all areas of Chex!
I honestly had to refrain from posting that myself Denny First thought that came to mind.
Don, I thought I had a solution for you but she won't be any help. She suggested you check out Google translator. It has worked very good for her with Czeck in the past..
X2 for Google translator. I use it for work when communicating with our plants overseas. It is not perfect but, we can make do.
Beware of on line translation; I had a sponsored child for 12 years in Ecuador and did a test letter. I wrote that I was an exterminator known as a "bug man" and heated my house with firewood...This translated back that I am a "man who is also an insect" and "I burn my house for heat". I did not send that letter.
Call a University in your State and they can help, somebody will be really happy to do that.
"Pivo" was the only word I ever needed!!