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the next !
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This is how to make a new type of international letter using the NOXILO
grammer and the words in your mother language. There are two databases
in this ExperiCafe;
Database (a) carries 117 words each of Bulgarian, Chinese, English, French, German,
Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Russian, Thai, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, and NOXILO,
Databese (b) carries some 6000 words each of English, Japanese, and NOXILO
> I am sorry but databese (b)
is under construction
, and may be completed
by the end of 2007. Database (a)
has already been completed.
) First, choose database (a) or (b). Two buttons are set in the bottom
of this page.
Blue colored 'NEXT' button is for database
(a) which carries 117 words each for
Bulgarian, Chinese, French, German, etc. Black
colored 'NEXT' button is for
database (b), which carries some 6000
words each of English, Japanese, and NOXILO.
Database (b) will be available by the end of 2007.
Choose (click) a source language
(your mother language) or any comfortable
language to use out of the languages in the
lower central box (left) in the next page.
The color will slightly change to light green
when you click.
choose (click) a destination language
(your international friend's language) in the
lower central box (right).
) write any NOXILO letter
in the upper central box, using NOXILO grammar
(including NOXILO basic words) and the words
in your mother language that you
chose in (2).
the arrow button
), then you'll see your substituted letter in the
middle central box which is ready to go
to your international friend. When you
press the arrow button, the box will color
turn red. Substitution of the words may
take a few seconds.
Lastly, if you would like, you could copy the substituted letter in the
box and paste it on the main body
of your e-mail
. The mail should be written by UTF-8.
Let's go to the next step
! (Press either NEXT
Database (a) Database (b)
each of 6000
English, French, German, and NOXILO.
Sept 2007) (Rev. 20 Dec 2010)