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    Join Date: Apr 2015

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    Yes I've been published! An article I wrote has been published in an Online Italian Audio publication! How cool is that? Actually I wrote a letter to the editor of the magazine and he turned my letter into a column for his publication. I am so very honored and proud to say I've been published! You can see it at this address:

    http://www.claudiochecchi.it/hi-fi-e-motociclette/

    I have been published before, but not in an audio publication!

    My apologies to the moderators if I'm in the wrong section, but I wasn't sure where to put this...


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    Brilliant! I can't read a word of Italian unfortunately. But really well done, anyway!
    IB

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    Bellissimo!

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    Bravo, amico. Non sapevo che tu parlato Italiano, e cosi bene anche, come una seconda lingua! Hai fatto proprio bene con quella recensione. Era molto interessante

    Marco.
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    Not sure If this will work (Google translate):

    Translated link

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    Good work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatmarley View Post
    Not sure If this will work (Google translate):

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    Yes works fine, a good read. Congratulations, Russell.
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    Thank you all! Yes I am quite proud of myself, and I don't speak a word of Italian, but thanks Marco, I believe I get the gist of your comment in Italian. I submitted the article in English, and the editor translated it for me. The editor has thanked me and asked that I keep submitting material! There's no money involved, but everyone has to start somewhere.

    I did use Google Translator to read it back, and the editor did a great job of translating. Now, what to write about for my next column?


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    Ha - I scan-read bits of the article, and most of it was good, so I thought you'd studied the language to some degree

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Ha - I scan-read bits of the article, and most of it was good, so I thought you'd studied the language to some degree

    Marco.
    Not a word Marco, but if I were to go on holiday abroad, I would love to go to Italy. Mostly for the food I think?


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