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 Post subject: Translation of the Riding Theory
PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2011 8:11 pm 
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I write this riding manual in Norwegian. As I regretfully have too little time to write, I have been so lucky as to get help from friends translating these chapters into English.

It requires a lot of work, and I need to check it afterwards as well, for sanity check, and thus it takes a lot of time, and the progress is slow. So I wonder:

Are there more readers of this forum that would like to help translating the contents of the Riding Theory? You may be Norwegian or foreign language speaking. Tip: It's always possible to let Google translate do the main part of the job and then sort out all the stupidities...

If you would like to take on just one chapter, it will be a great help. Just tell me which, so that we avoid several people working on the same text. :)

Grateful for all help. I will post the names of all translators if you like.

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Hanne

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 21, 2011 6:10 pm 
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This project of writing down and translating our riding theory is a totally non-profit one, and I am very thankful that several people have volunteered to help with the translation. This means that our English speaking friends may read it and that I will be free to write the original one in Norwegian a little faster.

Please note, however, that the copyright of the text and pictures still is the property of Trollspeilet, and that you may not copy from the contents without permission. Printing the pages on paper for your own reading is of course allowed.

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Hanne

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 Post subject: Re: Translation of the Riding Theory
PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 10:17 am 
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I still have too little time to translate, but as some of our foreign friends are especially interested in some of the seat correction sections, and share our understanding of the basic stuff, I have skipped some. I will get back to them later, hopefully time will come. :)

Hanne

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 Post subject: Re: Translation of the Riding Theory
PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:34 pm 
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I am sorry, but I have given up the translation of the riding theory. But instead I have started writing new ones, and I write them in English, since most Norwegians understand the language. Hopefully everyone will benefit from this.

Hanne

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