Saturday, October 25, 2008

Not "Lost in Translation"

Driver's ed manuals in many languages at the PV main library.

10 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

Ah, reminds me of a recent incident. On vacation I got myself a local map for the city of Malmö and noticed - too late - that I had managed to pick the right map in the wrong language.

PJ said...

That's really interesting I love little details like this. It says a lot about your community.

My hubby pointed out that the original image was too small so I've uploaded the photo differently. You can click to enlarge and maybe that will help.

Carrie Hayes said...

I like how you can get a wonderful photo from a simple subject!

marley said...

Perfect for getting around in any language!

Marie-Noyale said...

What about the French!!!

Lily Hydrangea said...

this makes me pause to think about what language our road signs are in!

Creative Vignettes said...

I wonder how many people actually read them? :-)

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

Might be one of the reasons the people at the DMV are so cranky.

Neva said...

...but....doesn't it make you wonder if they can read the signs they need to know in ENGLISH!!Pet peeve of mine...learn the language if you are here...but then that is just my humble opinion.....:)

Maya said...

That is classic! I love it.