International Forum Usage

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Woodie, May 18, 2002.

  1. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

    For those that wish to use the The Guage in another language other than english:
    Click spanish or french or German or Italian

    Sorry, Bruce..... no nyoo zulund available as yet! :D
  2. rockislandmike

    rockislandmike Active Member

    What about Canadian, eh? :D
  3. Vic

    Vic Active Member

    Thats pretty neat Woodie:)

    Just wondering if the moderators/webmaters could incorporate those links into the entire site so we can exchange ideas and etc with other modelers who don't speak or read English.
  4. bobrien

    bobrien Member

    aah Woodie, Woodie, Woodie....

    How many times do we have to tell you that we speak only the Queen's English over here.:rolleyes:
    It's just that you guys only listen to us with Aussie accents mate :D
    And besides, a Kiwi can be understood easily by any other English speaking person, no matter which part of the world they are from - even if it is North Queensland ;)
  5. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

    a Kiwi can be understood easily by any other English speaking person

    That might be so..... . but does that make a Kiwi understand any other english speaking person. :p :p

    BTW... all youse lot listening to our conversation...... It's a cultural thing, ain't it Bruce.:D :D

    BTW.... see what happened to them Waratahs again??? They were having an off day, I think. Must have been something in the oranges at half time.

    Did I hear somewhere, I'm not sure, but someone mumbled something..... about some sorta game thingy contest get together of some sort in Christchurch next week?

    And see what happened to my beloved Swannies :mad: :( :confused:

    but I'm more :mad: than :(

    :cool: Oh..... and here's a picture of a train.

    "When you crashed a wooden carriage lit by gas, my God, you had a disaster on your hands."

    Regulation helped improve matters with the introduction of a signalling system, the principles of which are still widely in use today.

    a link to a story about trains: click here
  6. bobrien

    bobrien Member

    Western Bulldogs? The Swans were taken out by a team from WA??? Good Lord Woodie, what has footy come to if teams from Perth can come over and deal to the ex-pats from Melbourne in Sydney... oh woe is the state of AFL :(

    And as for the Waratahs, the least said I think. Although it is almost a full Wallabies team playing against an almost full All Black team on Saturday, so it should prove interesting.

    Interesting site you posted too. I am a firm believer in the theory that trains just aren't wuite what they ever used to be. More comfortable etc etc, but the romance is gone (and now I'd better duck cos there is sure to be flak over that comment) ;)

    And I'm off now - gotta go up the booaye and shoot some pukekoes :D

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