Brother, I understand you quite very well. Sometimes you feel...

Paul Dja - June 30 2015, 12:38 PM

Brother, I understand you quite very well.
Sometimes you feel in an uncomfortable environment to say what you want and need to shut, write and you think is better for you to shut down.
In such rare situations please use my daily comments.

They are in Franch.

Right!
But you can send translations in English in the cases where (provided that) you join also my French articles.

It's important for the rare cases where your translations were not fully faithful.

I can't assume responsibilities for false translations driving to big misunderstandings, incomprehensions.

My best.

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