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By the way, welcome from me, too! If you should need help, do feel free to ask me. Ilaria (all you want) 11:28, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)

Ciao e benvenuto! --Pino (disc.) 11:32, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)

I dont undestend Italiano. Please write for me in English. --Vpovilaitis (disc.) 11:39, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)

This online lt <--> it dictionary is wrong. Look at the words: I wrote the same things. I'll say something to the site administrator.
Ilaria (all you want) 11:40, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)
Yes in this dictionary is not master form of translation of the word kiaušai, but only unusual vulgar form of translation. --Vpovilaitis (disc.) 11:59, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)


Hi there! You are very welcome among us! I didn't realize right away that you prefer to communicate in English: I apologize for that, it'll not happen again! ;) --Pino (disc.) 12:22, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)

Are you sure that those words aren't proper nouns? in the english page w:en:English the translations of the proper noun is "angliškai". Another tip: you changed some translation from "albanese" to "in albanese", and other similar. In italian albanese is a noun and an adjective. Anyway the translation "in albanese" doesn't make sense as definition. The word "in" is used in phrases like this "questo libro è in albanese" that means "this book is in Albanian language". I don't speak lituanian, but some edits of you doesn't seem correct. --Diuturno (disc.) 12:25, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)
I'm shue that all names of languages in Lithuanian are not proper noun. For names of languages usualy are used not proper noun of nation 2 plural form and noun kalba. anglų kalba, albanų kalba, . . . Noun kalba may by is not used in plases where is spoken about languages. Anglų, prancūzų, . . . And for description of language in that is spoken or writing in Lithuanian is used adverbs. Lietuviškai, angliškai, rusiškai galiu bendrauti. Vpovilaitis (disc.) 13:15, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)
sorry, can you reply in Diuturno's talk ? Here on it.wikis we've got the culture of ask in a talk and reply in the writer's talk.
Ilaria (all you want) 13:32, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)
The IP's block was because of the personal attacks and blanking pages: he said me "incompetente", incompetent.
Ilaria (all you want) 13:55, 18 lug 2008 (CEST)