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Wireless Internet Hotspots June 03, 2006 6:07 PM

Hi everyone,

Emoticons, Flaschengeister, Smilies

First and foremost: I just wanna say how much I enjoy this group! Happy to be here.  

The one I'm asking now seems to be tricky one, I've been hunting for it in all kinds of dictionaries all over internet, without much success.... so I hope you group members could help me out: How do you say "Wireless internet hotspots" (or 'access points') in your language? I would especially need it in arabic and romanian, but all other languages will be more than welcome, too...

Thank you for your time to read this.

Hope you all have a terrific time!

~Virva~ Brillen, Emoticons, Smilies, Sonne, Sonnenbrillen

P.S. ToMoKo, what a gret idea to post the message about Julie's post card collection in this group! Thanks!! (Sent my card today.)

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Thanks Virva! June 04, 2006 5:57 AM

Virva, thank you so much for your very kind message to this group! It's very happy you enjoy yourself here!

We say

Musen intanetto hottosupotto

It is a Japanese English for internet hotspot

Also Access point is akusesu pointo

i do hope soon you will get the words in which you are looking for those language;Arabic and Romanian!

Thank you so much for your sharing about sending cards to Juliet, it makes me feel happy to choose and send cards to her!

Love to you

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Arigatoo June 04, 2006 1:09 PM

(Wonder if that was correct...

Anyway, THANK YOU for help, ToMoKo!

Hugs, Virva

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 June 04, 2006 2:44 PM

in arabic
Wireless Internet Hotspots = nekat al-internet al sakhena
access points = nekat al dekhool
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 June 04, 2006 3:27 PM

well i made a mistake here
Wireless Internet Hotspots is not nekat al-internet al sakhena
its nekat al-internet alla sell-ky al sakhena
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