Re: THANKS: TERM Cz > En Kod
- I'll respond to this one. The Russian document said something like "We
found this ad in Czechoslovakia which talks about the wonders of Veritol."
So I assumed it was in Czech (but it appears now to have been transported
from Yugoslavia to Czechoslovakia at some point. Before anyone starts
talking about boundaries, it was found in the 1950's when both Yugoslavia
and Czechoslovakia existed.)
Paul W. Merriam, Fairfax, VA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Grant" <mgrant@...>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 11:42 PM
Subject: Re: THANKS: TERM Cz > En Kod
> On 2/25/02 9:20 PM, "Aleksander Vasiljevic" <vaske@...> wrote:
> > Serbian can be written in Latin as well in Cyrillic. The Cyrillic script
> > the official one since about 5-6 years ago, but the Latin is the more
> > one, especially in manuals etc.
> Yes, I know that, but why would Serbian be written in Latin script in the
> middle of a Russian document?
> German is my wife; Czech is my mistress