Wednesday, September 10, 2014

16 Signs of a future translator - Language learning

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16 comments:

  1. Stare and learn...

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  2. Welcome back Mox. We missed you downunder in Oz.

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  3. Very pleased to find you were in my inbox this morning !

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  4. Welcome back Mox!
    Does this mean you now have a baby? If so, congratulations :-)

    Marco (from Italy)

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  5. Such a pleasant surprise when I found your message this morning! We missed you!

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  6. Hi Mox,

    Great to have you back... and if the strip means you now have a baby: Congratulations!!

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  7. Hi Mox, I'm so glad to see the new strip.
    I myself have now a 21-months-old baby boy and I know how much of my time he can absorb :)

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  9. Hi Mox,
    First time I visit your blog. You were the one today, who gave me my first smile of the day. My baby is sitting even in front of our aquarium. Maybe she can talk soon in the language of the fish… :D

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  10. Well, I think if we don't understand something it always fascinates us. Especially children experience this miracle. Later in life we kind of get used to the things around us :(

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  11. Great to see a new post! Good luck at fatherhood if that's what's happened :)

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  12. It's more interpreter than translator. ;-)

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  13. Hi Mox, It's more interpreter than translator. ;-)

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