So I guess no one wants it huh :P
I sure want it
Originally Posted by (blackdog~ @ Sep. 01 2004,08:41)
Sep 1 2004, 13:57
An excellent Czech to English, English to Czech dictionary is http://www.slovnik.cz/ (Slovnik being the Czech word for Dictionary)
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this program sucks for one reason and one reason only, the lanuage.
English is the best known lanuage and they couldnt make a english version yet they post it on many diffrent english sites.
I deleted the program off my hdd for this reason.
no way am i using a translater for the simple fact i dont know the lanuage which means getting the speeling of the words right, to much fuss.
I'm with ShadowGhOsT 100% on this subject.
Glad to see that you´re open minded. But it looks like you might need some help with your english spelling too ***
Originally Posted by (CopyrightPhilly @ May 09 2005,08:57)
I tried the program without problems. Actually the words are quite self explanatory, the similarities between the indo european languages makes it possible to get a vague sense of their meaning. Combine this with a little trial-and-error and you´ll get started in no time.
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I agree with you, nominesine. ***
Originally Posted by (nominesine @ July 22 2005,11:04)
I think it is not so hard to learn some Czech words. And if you are not capable of doing that, then you can stick their meanings on a piece of paper to your monitor.
If you want, you can solve the problem. ***If you don't want,... ***