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Postby Mad Scientist » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 4:18 pm

Here we go again !!!


See , SMS what did I tell you ? Am I right on this one or not ??
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Postby x9200 » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 4:20 pm

You are right MS and the name was sarinho.

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Postby JayCee » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 5:04 pm

oezcan kaplan wrote:first of all i lived in Germany erlangen for over 28 years and have visited 42 countries due to my business.
i know many different cultures and know that how to close to human and understand them.


Yeah but you missed out the most important thing of all - do you have master?

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Postby nakatago » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 5:17 pm

x9200 wrote:You are right MS and the name was sarinho.


sarinho wrote:Hi Dear Frank

I have patiently read your propositions and overall explanations about your experiences.

My name ıs Ozcan and after long time living in Germany have moved to Turkey and ı am native Turkısh.
I just want to know some informations about having a prospective business in Singapore.

I have been dealing in Foreign trading and business development with wide-experienced long years knowledge relatively and posses natively Turkish.English .German and at intermediate-level Russian ( still improving ) languages.

In case of applying to business notices What may be the prospective salary considering my experiences?

Your kind relation would be appreciated :)
Regards

Oezcan


Wow, that is uncanny how y'all remember him.

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Postby oezcan kaplan » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 6:08 pm

rumours are not more than words to my approach that i never consider what people think about they do not know exactly



beppi wrote:
oezcan kaplan wrote:first of all i lived in Germany erlangen for over 28 years and have visited 42 countries due to my business.
i know many different cultures and know that how to close to human and understand them.
So,i can state some truths about those countries but never speak or write something what i never know!

i will be neutral and write down something;

1.turkey is not considered as third-part!
have you been or seen the growing side of turkey?
2.are you aware about the strength of this country,what means rich Europe?
what are the criterias you are considering in comparing countries?


Please note: I did not state my own opinion here, but the one of the majority of people you would be dealing with on a daily basis if you come to Singapore: Most think that Turkey is a third-world Muslim country in the troublesome Middle East.
This might be wrong (just as the opinion of the majority Europeans about Asia is wrong - I met many who couldn't even tell China from Japan!), but it is unlikely to change in the near future. So if you cannot stomach such prejudices against your country, please do not come to Singapore!

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 6:14 pm

I sure wish he would use a different online translator, cause the one he's using sucks big time!

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Postby oezcan kaplan » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 7:48 pm

i really do not know what the matter is with you!

Someone write some conceptions about a country what is not more than rumours and after some other guys try to find out retroactive postings...

i am honestly sorting out some subjects to some of the people hanging out here but i still can not accept what dispositions of those people are?

First ,i am not using any translation tools and my postings are not insincere.

I am open to prove all and i am never preconceived in any subjects..

if you are doubtful about me and my particulars just be courageous and call me up ...00903123800655

only so you can outgrow your prejudices!


sundaymorningstaple wrote:I sure wish he would use a different online translator, cause the one he's using sucks big time!

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Postby atlantiis » Mon, 13 Jun 2011 8:51 pm

I think it does.. my mum can't seem to find a job now and she's blaming her age for it :/

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Postby oezcan kaplan » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 4:58 am

it depends on experiences and business knowledge in which industrie you are looking for.
age is something abstract case that is up to employers preferences in what they are looking to hire

What are the particulars of your mum and the age?

you may respond to me if you do not mind to my request

atlantiis wrote:I think it does.. my mum can't seem to find a job now and she's blaming her age for it :/

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Postby JR8 » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 5:29 am

Hi Oezcan,

Have you ever held a job where English is the primary language of day to day operations, that might translate to such a job, operating in English in Singapore? Or are you expecting to get a job with your apparent rather pigeon-English?

No offense intended, but we need to get to the core of the matter don't we?

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Postby Mad Scientist » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 8:05 am

JR8 wrote:?

No offense intended, but we need to get to the core of the matter don't we?


Mate !! In Hokkien it means Kang Kor !! I am not a native English speaker but I managed to survive . His sentences are out of this world.

Good Luck with your endeavour
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Postby oezcan kaplan » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 3:19 pm

dear jr8

for sure i had duties at Fluke which company is located in England Norwich Beside in Germany berlin Raytek

i have international experiences and never faced such matters regarding my language abilities or something another!

and really wonder how people there use language,maybe singaporean english!!!

JR8 wrote:Hi Oezcan,

Have you ever held a job where English is the primary language of day to day operations, that might translate to such a job, operating in English in Singapore? Or are you expecting to get a job with your apparent rather pigeon-English?

No offense intended, but we need to get to the core of the matter don't we?

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Postby oezcan kaplan » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 3:23 pm

right!
because here in forum we are in virtual world...

What is your origin?

Mad Scientist wrote:
JR8 wrote:?

No offense intended, but we need to get to the core of the matter don't we?


Mate !! In Hokkien it means Kang Kor !! I am not a native English speaker but I managed to survive . His sentences are out of this world.

Good Luck with your endeavour

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Postby JayCee » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 3:24 pm

Even Singaporean English is better than pigin English though.

What did you work as when you lived in Norwich?

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Postby oezcan kaplan » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 3:34 pm

i have some russian friends in singapore and know very good how they speak english!
they survey with middle english:)

regional sales manager at fluke and Raytek,responsible for european area


JayCee wrote:Even Singaporean English is better than pigin English though.

What did you work as when you lived in Norwich?


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