RE: Polite international e-mail

Subject: RE: Polite international e-mail
From: Maaike Groenewege <mgr -at- mediasys -dot- nl>
To: "'Kevin McLauchlan'" <KMcLauchlan -at- chrysalis-its -dot- com>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 09:12:48 +0100

Hi Kevin

In German, an umlaut can be replaced by an e. A word like Müller, for
instance, can also be written as Mueller. Similarly, Cliff-hänger becomes
Cliff-haenger. I don't think Germans will have problems understanding this.

Of course, this does not solve your problem for French or Spanish, let alone
Danish or Finnish :o) Perhaps Peter Ring can tell you something about how
they handle accents in Denmark.

Regards,

Maaike Groenewege
Technical Writer
Mediasystemen, a Triple P company
Bloemendaal
The Netherlands

+31 (0)23 5410823
mgr -at- mediasys -dot- nl




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