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But I intend to create a Breton Embassy before reception of Fukushima cloud, direct from Canada. What's your question? Bianchi-Bihan 20 Meu 2011 da 13:04 (UTC)Respont[respont]

(There is a French actor named Bihan, right? Is he Breton?)

I suppose he isnt, but his parents must have been. Bianchi-Bihan 25 Meu 2011 da 04:59 (UTC)Respont[respont]

I enjoy languages, and I have translated this book list en:Le Monde's 100 Books of the Century into around 30 languages.
What should I call this page in Breton?

I did it Bianchi-Bihan 25 Meu 2011 da 04:59 (UTC)Respont[respont]

As I am sure you realize, Le Monde is the Paris paper.
Thanks, Varlaam 24 Meu 2011 da 21:09 (UTC) (Toronto)Respont[respont]

As a rule, we keep the name of the book in the original language, unless translated into breton, which is quite rare, If so, we add the original title in brackets. Bianchi-Bihan 25 Meu 2011 da 05:13 (UTC)Respont[respont]

Gwellañ kant levr ar c'hantved hervez Le Monde[kemmañ ar vammenn]

I was only asking what to call my page since I have already written it.
Varlaam 25 Meu 2011 da 15:49 (UTC)Respont[respont]

Sorry. You should have precised it. Can you write breton? Bianchi-Bihan 26 Meu 2011 da 04:47 (UTC)Respont[respont]
No. But I don't need it to translate a list.
I have translated that list into ~30 languages, including Greek, Russian, Arabic, Farsi.
Even Georgian. I had to learn the script to do that list.
Varlaam 21 Gen 2012 da 01:01 (UTC)Respont[respont]
Congratulations. Bianchi-Bihan 21 Gen 2012 da 09:14 (UTC)Respont[respont]
Thank you.
I enjoy different languages, and it was a useful thing to do at the same time.
Cheers, Varlaam (kaozeal) 25 Mae 2012 da 23:21 (UTC)Respont[respont]

Yes, Sara Louraço Vidal left (sad), and Paula Rey Torreiro is now in the group. Good voice and good looking too. Bianchi-Bihan (kaozeal) 26 Mae 2012 da 02:08 (UTC)Respont[respont]

Invitation to Medical Translation[kemmañ ar vammenn]

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Invitation to the Medical Translation Project – a joint Wikimedia project started by the English language WikiProject Medicine!

Thank you for being one of the top Medical editors! I want to use this opportunity to introduce you to our most ambitious project.

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