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what translator are people using to talk to people on puch.de.

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Find someone who actually speaks German.

When people use online translators, what they say sounds like spam posts from Nairobi, good kindly sir.

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online translators leave things out or they can not be translated a real person could work around this. an online Translator would just leave it out or make it literal.

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Google works good enough to make the Turks think I actually know Turkish. Some languages do not have words for words we use. If you use correct english and simplify your sentences it will work great.

Instead of ; hey do you guys have any kits?

Use; Hello. I would like to purchase a cylinder 70ccm.

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Overpriced Parts /

Most Dutch/german people speak better English then we speak Dutch/German ask for someone who can speak english or if the site wants more business suggest them to have English text/prices

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i've actually been to austria and germany. Was shocked at the amount of people who actually spoke english. Yes more of them speak english than we speak German. Ken's spot on.

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i used Google translator and it was still in german.

i`m trying to find a clutch bushing for a za (edited)

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delete this account /

I always email them in english when they type back gmail has a built in translator thats gets the point across of their message.

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Rosetta Stone. Learn German.

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i e-mailed them they cant get the part i need anyways.

i need a clutch bushing for a puch za.10.25mm.

is there an easy way to get the bushing off of the crank so i can have a few made. reverse engineering is the easiest/cheapest way to have things made. (edited)

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tor, translaTOR

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SkUG SkUGosarus /

i used english - it works quite well :)

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WHen uzing unline translaters u gots ta no propper speeling an haev goode grammer...

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Google translate works fairly well for most things. We sell machine parts to people in Mexico, Italy, Quebec through e-mail using Google translate or Babel fish and it usually works well enough to get the job done.

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