Building a reconaissance Lublin R-XIII

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    I'm sure I'd find it extremely interesting...if I understood Polish. :lol:
     
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    Want learn a bit?
     
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    Good luck with your project, Toff! Haha, it's pretty easy to understand polish for me. Ślina z pyska modelarzowa! :lol:

    Pozdrawiam,
    Pišíš
     
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    Actually I'd love to. The problem is, I'm an idiot. :rolleyes:
    I have a hard enough time with French, and that's one of the official languages of my country. :oops:
     
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    It would be nice if babelfish had a few more languages, like Polish.
     
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    Thanks Pisis :)
    But there's also one more thing I need besides luck - precision! Not every part suites well, but that's not my fault!
     
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    Try this translator guys: http://www.poltran.com/

    Most of what you it translates makes very little sense, but if you read it over a few times you can sorta get the general point of whats being said ;)
     
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    Yes, alot of them should read <whatever language> to pigeon English! Sometime, okay most of the time, literal translation gets a little indecipherable.
     
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    These translator very often do plain nonsenses... I once tried to translate my own website with one of these tooles and the result was so funny I really laughed a lot. :lol:
     
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    Anyone want to do a Polish to English translation? I don't have time to muck around with translators and would love to learn more.
     
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