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Can and how can I speak in foreign language?

KennyT

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I have seen that, in LSRP you just put () for an example, (Russia) but you still speak english, is that the correct way?
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Earl

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KennyT said:
I have seen that, in LSRP you just put () for an example, (Russia) but you still speak english, is that the correct way?
Thank You.
Pretty much that, you add a tag with the language before the actual sentence, eg:
Earl Williams says: [Russian] I drink vodka for breakfast!
Earl Williams says: [Italian] Would you like some pasta on your pizza, signore?
 

MrLatwian

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Earl said:
KennyT said:
I have seen that, in LSRP you just put () for an example, (Russia) but you still speak english, is that the correct way?
Thank You.
Pretty much that, you add a tag with the language before the actual sentence, eg:
Earl Williams says: [Russian] I drink vodka for breakfast!
Earl Williams says: [Italian] Would you like some pasta on your pizza, signore?
You're so stereotypical, I LOVE IT!
 

OutWorld

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Earl said:
KennyT said:
I have seen that, in LSRP you just put () for an example, (Russia) but you still speak english, is that the correct way?
Thank You.
Pretty much that, you add a tag with the language before the actual sentence, eg:
Earl Williams says: [Russian] I drink vodka for breakfast!
Earl Williams says: [Italian] Would you like some pasta on your pizza, signore?

expcet complaint
 

MrWatskeburt

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The best way is to do it like this, between [ ]

[NL] Netherlands/Dutch.
[ITA] Italian.
[RU] Russian.
[EST] Estonian.
[GER] German.
[FR] French.
[ME] Mexican.

Those are the only ones I can think of for now.
 
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