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30.       anka
207 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 10:23 am

Exaggerating is a literal art dear Trudy haha Of course i don´t mean "all" in mathematically

31.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:14 pm

IN THE LETTERS, WHICH YOU SEND TO TÜRKÝYE, PLEASE WRITE TÜRKÝYE ON THE ENVELOPE  - NOT TURKEY- . IF YOU REALLY LOVE TÜRKÝYE. 

32.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:17 pm

 

Quoting yilgun-7

IN THE LETTERS, WHICH YOU SEND TO TÜRKÝYE, PLEASE WRITE TÜRKÝYE - NOT TURKEY- . IF YOU REALY LOVE TÜRKÝYE. 

 

Dont shout

If I send a laptop, money and a cell phone, I dont think my dudu will complain how I spell Turkiye

33.       lady in red
6947 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:18 pm

 

Quoting yilgun-7

IN THE LETTERS, WHICH YOU SEND TO TÜRKÝYE, PLEASE WRITE TÜRKÝYE - NOT TURKEY- . IF YOU REALY LOVE TÜRKÝYE. 

 

 Ok - if you promise not to address letters to Ingiltere but to England

34.       Trudy
7887 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:21 pm

 

Quoting yilgun-7

IN THE LETTERS, WHICH YOU SEND TO TÜRKÝYE, PLEASE WRITE TÜRKÝYE ON THE ENVELOPE  - NOT TURKEY- . IF YOU REALLY LOVE TÜRKÝYE. 

 

 I´ll write ´Turkije´ - in Dutch, as you will use my countries name in Turkish as well. lol

35.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:24 pm

Actually you are wrong Yilgun.  If you are addressing a letter, the COUNTRY part should be in the language of the country you are posting it (so the postal staff of that country can understand and ensure it reaches the correct country). 

 

36.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:30 pm

Thank you.

(Bu konuyu araþtýracaðým)

37.       Waseem_UK
174 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:30 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

Actually you are wrong Yilgun.  If you are addressing a letter, the COUNTRY part should be in the language of the country you are posting it (so the postal staff of that country can understand and ensure it reaches the correct country). 

 

Exactly what I was thinking...given the state of our RM these days, it´s the safest bet.

38.       lady in red
6947 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 01:36 pm

 

Quoting Waseem_UK

Exactly what I was thinking...given the state of our RM these days, it´s the safest bet.

 

 Considering that where I live letters just get left on the outside wall or stuck in the hedge or left at the nearest approximately correct address you could put Turkey, Türkiye or just ´somewhere south Istanbul´ it´s still pot luck whether or not we get the mail!!

39.       Waseem_UK
174 posts
 30 Nov 2008 Sun 02:16 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 Considering that where I live letters just get left on the outside wall or stuck in the hedge or left at the nearest approximately correct address you could put Turkey, Türkiye or just ´somewhere south Istanbul´ it´s still pot luck whether or not we get the mail!!

 

So true, that´s why I have to get my mail delivered to my work address rather than where I live!! Even correct addresses don´t see their recipients.

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