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David Smith
08/07/07 13:01
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Nottingham
Uk


 
#142892 - English
Responding to: Jan Waclawek's previous message
This sounds like a most interesting book. A major factory here in the UK, I consult to, has a mainly Latvian and Lithuanian factory floor, these days. Due to the various dialects and language differences, they all use Russian - their first language taught in school (is that still the case?). It's most interesting as, when I was in the sixth form in the sixties, I could take a Russian language course. I never, for one moment, could have imagined how it could have been useful in the way that has transpired! We had much different fears in those days.

Perhaps I should find copies to distribute. The language barrier has to be experienced to be believed. And I, to my great shame, know only French and a little German...

Dave

List of 13 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
interfacing with serial port of the PC      Ellappan Varadharaj      08/06/07 01:06      
   this is why we have FAQs here      Jan Waclawek      08/06/07 01:22      
   Three pins required      Joseph Hebert      08/06/07 09:22      
      are you sure that site is alive?      Richard Erlacher      08/06/07 12:07      
         well, slightly different      Jan Waclawek      08/06/07 12:08      
            Thanks Jan      Joseph Hebert      08/06/07 12:32      
               oh-er-that's all right it's a pleasure...      Jan Waclawek      08/06/07 13:31      
                  Superman says      Andy Neil      08/06/07 16:59      
                  English      David Smith      08/07/07 13:01      
                     Only French and German?      Joseph Hebert      08/07/07 15:12      
      Transmit and Receive      Andy Neil      08/06/07 17:39      
         I hate this nomenclature      Jan Waclawek      08/07/07 02:16      
      Googled CP3102...      Stanley Lio      08/07/07 06:51      

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