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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 your Second Life name below the language of your choice (or add a new language if you do not see it listed).  Include a link to one of the [[Category:Second Life Volunteers|Volunteers]] sub categories if you wish.
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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 your Second Life name below the language of your choice (or add a new language if you do not see it listed).  Include a link to one of the [[:Category:Second Life Volunteers|Volunteers]] sub categories if you wish.
  
  

Revision as of 09:28, 9 January 2007

Second Life is an International World. If you are a Volunteer, please share information about what languages you know by adding your Second Life name below the language of your choice (or add a new language if you do not see it listed). Include a link to one of the Volunteers sub categories if you wish.


Alphabetical List of Languages

Chinese

Danish

Dutch

French

German

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Portuguese

Spanish

Swedish

Tagalog