July 20th, 2014

Made using the online remote shortwave receiver of University of twente in Enschede Holland: http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/
French speaker on 20 meters ham band tuned in perfectly.


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    kb7clx 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    Thanks Kruf!

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    Kruf 7 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hi, I'm belgium, so I can translate this for you.
    This is the french version, rewritten as best as possible:

    Ca s'appelle un prunus ou alors un prunier du japon, et ça je le sais.
    Non non, elles sont toujours comme ça les feuilles, elles sont toujours rouges marrons, elles ne sont pas vertes.
    C'est un prunus. Non non, elle a bien été faite en juillet, la photo, rassure toi, mmême actuellement si tu viens, tu la verras.
    C'est un prunus, ça aussi tu vois, il m'avait dit bof, je ne sais pas si ça viendra. Et puis en fait, il est pas mal joli.
    Voilà, c'est un prunus.

    English translation, sorry for mistakes:
    It's called a prunus or a plum tree from Japan, and I know that.
    No no, they are always like that, leaves are always brown red, they are not green.
    It's a prunus. No no, photos were made in July, don't worry even now if you come, you'll see.
    It's a prunus, you see, he told me so, "I don't know if it will come". And then in fact, it's pretty pretty.

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    Dkobylarz 2 years, 12 months ago

    Any translation? Thanks!

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    nikavee 3 years, 1 month ago

    South of France accent. Thanks for the recording!


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