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Second Life is an International World. If you are a Volunteer, please share information about what languages you know by adding the corresponding category to your profile. For example <nowiki>[[Category:Spanish speaking Residents|{{PAGENAME}}]]</nowiki> if you speak spanish.
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Second Life is an International Community- it's a virtual world accessible by anyone with a computer that meets [http://secondlife.com/corporate/sysreqs.php the minimum system requirements] and has a relatively decent internet connection. As such, the ranges of languages spoken by Residents is quite large, and it can be difficult for a non-english speaker to find like-minded people to speak to.
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If you would like to let everyone know what languages you speak (or at the very best, can type), please edit your User page- which can be found via the link at the top of the page that matches your name after you've loggd in- and indicate this by using the [[Template:languages-spoken|Languages Spoken template]].
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If you have a problem in-world, and you require assistance from someone who speaks your language, please take a look at the [[:Category:Languages spoken by Volunteers|list of languages spoken by the Second Life Volunteers]].

Revision as of 13:13, 14 January 2007

Second Life is an International Community- it's a virtual world accessible by anyone with a computer that meets the minimum system requirements and has a relatively decent internet connection. As such, the ranges of languages spoken by Residents is quite large, and it can be difficult for a non-english speaker to find like-minded people to speak to.

If you would like to let everyone know what languages you speak (or at the very best, can type), please edit your User page- which can be found via the link at the top of the page that matches your name after you've loggd in- and indicate this by using the Languages Spoken template.

If you have a problem in-world, and you require assistance from someone who speaks your language, please take a look at the list of languages spoken by the Second Life Volunteers.