Want to read the City of Bloomfield Hills while travelling abroad ? It is easy. Say for example your are in Hong kong. Use Google for your search engine and type cityofbloomfieldhills.blogspot.com in English in the search engine box. You will find entries that looks like this
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29 Sep 2011 – It was also acknowledged that the City of Bloomfield Hills has been more generous than most. The commission appointed a committee to meet ...
Note Chinese letters to at the far right . Click on the ones in purple that and the City Of Bloomfield Hills blog will appear in Chinese. Is that cool or is that cool ?
Below in Red type you will find in red the names of 25 languages. Click on one or all to read an "International" edition of this blog in that language.
My German is workable. I am a graduate of the University of Vienna's prestigious Deutsche Sprachen Fur Auslander Kurs and I can prattle on auf deutsche for hours but my pronouncation would give a native speaker reason to pause and probably a headache. I am however good at Italian and French movies that get dubbed into German In my opinion the Google German translation is very good darn. If there is a problem it' is with the author's heavily idiomatic English and fractured syntax not the translation.
Polish anyone ? Irish for St.Paddy's Day ? How about Farsi (Persian, Iran, or Haitian Creole for those snobs who think their French is better than yours. They say Swahil. is the third language of Mitt Romeny but no one is sure how well he speaks it. Up for some more? Russian is written in the Cyrillic alphabet.Vietnamese uses the Latin Alphabet However. There are only seven million people living in Hungary but both the language and the people are known world wide. In Hungarian as in English there is no gender. It's either "a" book or "the" book. No Der,Die, Das or Le, La, or Les. And ten more to close out our 25.
- That is not Hebrew. It's Yiddish