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  • fbican@att.net
    Aug 6, 2008

      I promiss, as soon as it gets here (should be here this week, since it's only from Chicago to Cleveland), I'll be trying it out. I have my hopes up. There are lots of them out there that translate French, German, Italian, Spanish, but this is the only one I've ever seen that does Polish, Czech, Slovak, Ukranian, etc. I'll keep you all posted.

      Kindest regards,


      -------------- Original message from Fred G Kovalyak <fkovalyak@...>: --------------

      Skeeter, my Cousin Joseph Kovalyak i(in Florida) has mentioned to me several times that he would like to purchase a Good Translator. The ones he has tried before did not suit his needs. Would like to see your Evaluation after you use it.
      Fred G Kovalyak

      --- On Wed, 8/6/08, fbican@... <fbican@...> wrote:

      From: fbican@... <fbican@...>
      Subject: [Slovak-World] Electronic translator
      To: "Unknown" <Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com>
      Date: Wednesday, August 6, 2008, 1:32 AM

      This might be of interest to some of
      youhttp://stores.stuffonline.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=Stuff&Product_Code=tr-2900&Category_Code=atI just ordered one today, because it's the only one I've found thatwill translate English to/from Czech, Slovak, Polish, Hungarian. It was only$85. In all, it translates 29 languages and has over 1/2 million words. Yes,I'm aware of the online translators, but sometimes I'd like to beoffline. Besides, I'm a long-time electronic gadget lover. Once I get it (it's in the shipping queue right now), I'll post areview and let you know if it was worth it or not. Kindest regards,Skeeter

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