Vero (vero_ir) wrote in linguaphiles,

my website

Dear linguaphiles,

I created a website and I would like to make it multilingual. Here is a short introduction from the first page of the site. I would like it to be translated to as many languages as possible (except Hungarian, because I can do that. :) ). It would be a great help!
Thanks in advance and if you are interested in participating in the website, just let me know. I hope it can be useful one day.

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