Polish anglers sign up to pledge

Daily Echo: Polish anglers sign up to pledge Polish anglers sign up to pledge

THE Polish Anglers Association has promised to translate the rules of any angling club as a contribution towards integration with British anglers.

The idea came from the Angling Trust’s Building Bridges officer Rado Papiewski and his colleague Pawel Nycz and was welcomed by the organisation.

Rado said: “Hopefully by getting club rules translated into Polish, future problems will be more easily solved and our communities can jointly enjoy the great sport of angling without friction.”

The Polish Anglers Association was established in the UK a few months ago by seven anglers from Poland including Rado and Pawel.

For more, visit www.polishanglers- association.co.uk.

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2:37pm Mon 28 Jan 13

bazzeroz says...

Hardly an idea more, common sense innit.
Hardly an idea more, common sense innit. bazzeroz

3:09pm Mon 28 Jan 13

massimoosti says...

Thought the Poles had netted the lakes for dinner..............
hence all the signs in polish already in place roughly translated as "no nicking the carp to eat"
Thought the Poles had netted the lakes for dinner.............. hence all the signs in polish already in place roughly translated as "no nicking the carp to eat" massimoosti

3:35pm Mon 28 Jan 13

AnArgad says...

Great idea but if they are seeking integration wouldn't it be preferable to promote learning English rather than offer translations?
Great idea but if they are seeking integration wouldn't it be preferable to promote learning English rather than offer translations? AnArgad

7:44pm Mon 28 Jan 13

Stillness says...

Who from the club is going to check the translation?
Who from the club is going to check the translation? Stillness

12:54am Tue 29 Jan 13

Ginger_cyclist says...

AnArgad wrote:
Great idea but if they are seeking integration wouldn't it be preferable to promote learning English rather than offer translations?
True but then you also have to remember, learning a new language without help is hard and getting help from a tutor, company or school of English is expensive.
[quote][p][bold]AnArgad[/bold] wrote: Great idea but if they are seeking integration wouldn't it be preferable to promote learning English rather than offer translations?[/p][/quote]True but then you also have to remember, learning a new language without help is hard and getting help from a tutor, company or school of English is expensive. Ginger_cyclist

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