Romanian Help With Translating... I Would Be Very Appreciative If Someone Could Translate A Few Words! Thanks!

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SweetKisser
Tuesday 18th of September 2007 10:16:10 AM
Help with translating...: Hi! How are you all doing? (Great I hope! :) )


You see I’m working on making a picture book for a friend of mine’s daughter (they live in Romania) and I thought it might be nice to put the Romanian equivalent next to the bold English words. So I was wondering if someone here could translate a few words (about 11) for the book? I would be very appreciative!

Thanks! ...and I hope you have a Great Day!
Smiles, Dovid


The words I need translated are the ones that are in bold. Thanks A Lot!

First they left the mountains.

Then they walked down the road to Deva.

Then they went to the post-office.

After the post-office they went by truck to Bucuresti.

Then they went to the airport.

Together they flew on a plane.

They landed at another very big airport.

In a big city called New York City!

Then they rode with the mail-person in the mail-truck.

…All the way to their new home!

What a long way to travel!



(If your wondering my friend sent me a gnome, and I decided to make a picture book for my friends little girl on how the gnome came to America. :) )


(Four Score and Seven Years Ago, That's when I last logged in! ;) )




ngonga
Tuesday 18th of September 2007 07:11:55 PM
munti, drum, birou postal, camion, aeroport, avion, mare, oras, camion postal, casa, a calatori.
I hope that helped!


SweetKisser
Tuesday 18th of September 2007 11:15:18 PM
Yes that helps a lot! Thanks!
I think that answers all my questions, but I should double check to be sure...
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Ah ha, I knew there was one more hiding! lol ...Can you tell me what the difference between Camion Po?tal, Furgon Po?tal and Furgonet? Po?tal? is?

Thanks Again!

~Dovid



Lina
Sunday 23rd of September 2007 05:12:42 PM

Hi SweetKisser,

You should know the difference between a truck (camion) and a van (furgoneta)! Furgon and furgoneta is the same thing.

Since you are a fairy tales collector, why don't you share us one of your favorite fairytale? I'll tell you a Romanian fairytale (basm) for your collections:)

All the best/Toate cele bune,

Lina



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