Just as I promised on Sunday, I made several attempts to reach a person who heads a department (one of several in Mazovian Unit of Implementing Programmes European) which runs 'Human Capital' projects. To no avail, I was only informed all calls, to ensure my safety and satisfaction, are recorded, and was not in the luck to get through. I was surely calling during a coffee break, a second breakfast break, a lunch break, an afternoon break or during a very important meeting.
So we don't know what the attitude of rubbish-producer is.
Coincidentally, Gazeta Stołeczna ran a very similar story on errors in leaflets for foreign diplomats prepared by Warsaw Town Hall. Neither at work (due to some idiotic restrictions), nor at home (didn't feel like tampering the screen resolution settings) could I enlarge the scans, so I can't assess the correctness of the original leaflets nor the proofreader's remarks. The translator who'd sent in the dreadful piece to Stołeczna's editors, was slated in the comment thread under the article. Well, in this country everyone knows best.
PS. Good news - the exam... passed :) Nice to feel hard work bears fruits.
"O, what a lucky man he was!" - Ledwo nam odszedł Keith Emerson, a tuż za nim, pokonany przez tego cholernego raka, w ową tak okropnie niezbadaną drogę, udał się Greg Lake, głos pierwszeg...
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