Literally or Not

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Philip Hudson
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Re: Literally or Not

Postby Philip Hudson » Mon Dec 01, 2014 6:52 pm

Right Perry. Great fluctuation.
It is dark at night, but the Sun will come up and then we can see.

Philip Hudson
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Joined: Thu Feb 23, 2006 4:41 am
Location: Texas

Re: Literally or Not

Postby Philip Hudson » Tue Nov 24, 2015 3:34 pm

ดังนั้นคุณพูดภาษาไทย So, you write in Thai, Caso. I had never seen Thai writing before. But my trusty Google translator allowed me to write the above. Welcome to the Agora. There is room at this table for everyone who wishes to sit down with us. Do you write in English? Some Google translations are pretty good. Write a note in English, translate it to Spanish, and then translate that back to English. You get back something intelligible in English that is very near what you first wrote in English. Try that in other languages and some don't turn out so well. Many of my closest friends are Chinese. Google cannot make a meaningful translation from Chinese to English.

So write back in English, and, again, welcome to the Agora. Post often.
It is dark at night, but the Sun will come up and then we can see.

bnjtokyo

Re: Literally or Not

Postby bnjtokyo » Tue Nov 24, 2015 7:19 pm

Mr Hudson, I don't know how Caso's post appears on your screen, but I only saw emoji initially. But after I read your post, I noticed some blue lines that revealed Thai when I hovered the cursor over them. Clicking on the these lines took me to a Thai site that appears to be an ad for on line gambling or a casino or the like. Seems Caso might be merely posting some kind of advertising.

Caso, please say something so we know you are a real person and not some kind of bot.


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