SLOVENIA'S JUNGLE ENGLISH
When Slovenians speak English, I am mostly impressed and amazed.
When Slovenians write English, I usually get at least one really good laugh out of it.
The gaps in understanding between these languages are deep and meaningless. If there was a translation machine for these two, it would make a rusty grinding noise, squeak and get stuck.
Never short of an overconfident cack-handed solution to the communication problem, Slovenia's top strategies are
"I like English so my English must be right",
"This Professor (or whatever) has drunk his way through a dozen years of university so his English must be right",
"This person is my relative so it must be right",
"This company charges a fortune so obviously it's going to be right"
"This person already works for me and will therefore have to do it for nothing".
Alas, none of these work, as shown below.
The ultimate and only effective Slovenian solution is for highly qualified and reputable court-certified translators to give me jungle English to fix at black market rates, then send it off to their client with a bill for four times as much.
This is a desperate last resort suited only to Slovenian government anti-corruption investigations and bloated local government missions and visions. But can a real English person get a real job translating Slovenglish into credible text?
No. Slovenians will readily agree that their stupid society applauds qualification over ability. Faced with the ominous idea that a foreigner with an English O level could run rings around their homegrown language professors, the Slovenian lacks the necessary instructions from the latter to tell him that his important message should be screened for unintentional entertainment value by the former.
Instead, long habituated to pedagogic boot-licking, he prefers to publish his hysterical text as it is, and be a laughing-stock in the eyes of those he seeks to impress. With this I am happy to help.
Priggishness, protectionism, patriotism, prejudice and Slovenians' famous envy have vital roles to play in keeping the money from falling into the hands of inferiors in ways they class as legitimate.
Ranging from the quaint, via naively capitalistic, to the full-blown Anglophone customer repellent, here are some of my Slovenglish favourites.
The fact that the seminar was attended by 40 high police officers from 19 Member States of the European Union proves that the European police forces...started opening their doors...
We're Currently Experience a High Volume of Traffic, Please Check Back Soon
Melania Trump's CV http://www.trump.com/my-world/
Bad and breakfast
List of potencial mentors - Broschure
Interdisciplinary Doctoral Programme in Biomedicine at Ljubljana University http://www.uni-lj.si/en/study_at_the_university/undergraduate_studies/postgraduate_studies_3rd_cycle.aspx
EDUCATION - With the aim to enhace the cooperation between higher education institutions...
Do not park your vehicle in front of passenger terminal or on parking spaces which are reserved for airport stuff.
Migration in the first half of the 20th century have also taken Slovenian speakers, above all, to North and South America, and subsequently, also the countries such as Switzerland or Germany.
[headline:] BUSSINESS TURISM
Accommodation is possible in...two large rooms situated in the attic floor
English webpage for Hotel Celjska koča http://www.celjska-koca.si/en/2009/07/test/
There are more and more costumers deciding to do bussiness with us.
PTZ fuel pump company http://www.ptz.si/?id=about
In addition to the translation services Laloo offers a variaty of other services that include language taught courses, which you might need in your bussiness or private life.
If you were considering of joining a dinamic young team of translators we are gladly informing you that we are looking for part-time or free lance tranlators, official court interpreters and proofreaders for all of the mentioned languages and other languages as well.
Bussiness language courses for adults
Colloquiall language courses for adults
International Bussines Management
link to Master's Programme International Business Management
Master's Programme International Business Managament is accredited by Slovene Ministry of Education. Please see attachement below. The list of all accreditated higher educations institution and programmes in Slovenia can be found on the website of the Slovenian Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
WIRELESS FREE ZONE
Sign for Campus Wifi Cafe, Ptuj
Squids on the Parisian
Ribič restaurant menu, Ptuj
When filling in the form, please write legible.
Ordinacija.net for healthcare providers http://www.ordinacija.net/narocniki/prijava.php?lang=eng
WE OPEN DOORS
Inhabitated areas in the hilly areas which have not really spread out are majorities of vegetation above all fruit trees.
HISTORY - 40 years ago, when fist chickens could be heard in the derelict facilities of the old barracks...
The line of products “Owen Ready” is characterised by their exquisite taste
Pivka Poultry company http://www.pivkap.si/
During the festivals you can join as at several workshops where experts will lead you through the story of wines, sometimes even in combination with food.
money represents the most sensitive area of protection because the
caused criminal offences (violent robberies) do not result only in
pecuniary loss but also in physical and psychic consequences for all
participants in such processes. For this reason, more and more companies
decide for professional security services because the risks of assaults
and hazardous thefts are becoming too big to be able to manage them on
Varnost security company http://www.varnost.si/transportation_of_money
In case our clients have special requirements, the company also employs security guards for protection against ionising radiation who are also able to perform their work as bomb controllers and bomb operators.
Varnost security company http://www.varnost.si/protection_of_property
Slovenia at 2015 Milan Expo http://www.ukom.gov.si/fileadmin/ukom.gov.si/pageuploads/dokumenti/dogodki/EXPO_2015/sto_expo_letak_ANG_WEB.pdf
Religious rites could be attended only by men since the religion was secret.