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guenuche
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Post by guenuche » February 25th, 2009, 2:57 pm

Hello,

I fell in love with this project already in 2007! I am from the Czech Rep. and so I helped to check some of the translations into Czech. Than I found out I was expecting a baby and somehow my free time was focused other way.

My son is 10 month now and finally I started to find some time for myself every now and than. I hope to be able to participate here again!

I am not sure I would be really the right person to help recording (although I love listenning to you all volunteers!). If there was anything else I could do, please, tell me!

"See you around..."

Guenuche

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Post by Illiterati » February 25th, 2009, 3:47 pm

Well, you could of course prooflisten and help the project that way (that is what I do.. :D ).

More at Listeners and editors wanted -forum.

Besides, couldn't you read just one short Czech text? Karel Čapek? Jaroslav Hašek? :lol:
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Post by guenuche » February 26th, 2009, 1:31 am

Well, I suppose I will rather look around for some prooflistenning :D

BTW - both Čapek and Hašek are great but their Czech (esp. of Čapek) is sometimes a bit tough :lol: May be one day when my little squaker learns to be a bit less loud I will think about it - or about some Czech poetry :lol:

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Post by Gesine » February 26th, 2009, 7:51 pm

Sounds great! Just do whatever feels comfortable, and have fun. Welcome back!
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