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Dear Val,

My pleasure!

:)

Raquel


2010/7/8 Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>

> SignWriting List
> July 7, 2010
>
> Raquel - Thank you sooo much. This is a great help.
>
> If a word sounds "weird" as you say, like INGRESAR, then i think we need to
> change it.
>
> I know that in the English-speaking world, even if we do not know Spanish,
> we would all understand the Spanish word ENTRAR because it looks like the
> English word ENTER...so in that sense, ENTRAR seems like a good
> international choice -
>
> But if ACCEDER feels best to you, I will change it now to ACCEDER...
>
> Thanks again, Raquel -
>
> And by the way, I am so happy to see so many signs written in the
> SignPuddles from Barcelona and Madrid:
>
> Lengua de Signos Catalunya
> http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle/index1.html#sgn-ES-ct
>
> Lengua de Signos Espaņola
> http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle/index1.html#sgn-ES
>
> Val ;-)
>
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>
>
> On Jul 7, 2010, at 4:50 PM, Raquel Santiago wrote:
>
> > The most usual is "ACCEDER" or "ENTRAR". Although it always depends on
> who made the website, if it is in Spain or in any other territory where
> Spanish is spoken.
> >
> > Maybe you want to double check or wait for any other answer?
> >
> > I am a native speaker, though, from Barcelona. In Spanish dialects within
> Spain, "INGRESAR" would sound weird. I would go for "ACCEDER".
> >
> > Hope I've been useful!
> >
> >
> > Raquel
> >
> >
> > 2010/7/8 Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>
> > SignWriting List
> > July 7, 2010
> >
> > Hello List members -
> >
> > I need your help with Spanish -
> >
> > What is the most well-known, or most commonly-used, Spanish word for
> "login"?
> >
> > In our Spanish navigation for SignPuddle Online, we are using the word
> "Ingresar" to mean "Login". It was the word chosen by someone who lives in
> Honduras.
> >
> > Well, a few days ago, someone from Spain asked me where they should
> "login" and when I pointed them to "Ingresar" they told me in Span that
> means depositing money into a bank! They had seen that word there, and they
> were afraid to click on it!
> >
> > I know Spanish has different dialects, in Spain and in Honduras, so what
> Spanish word would you suggest we use for LOGIN, that would be the best
> understood in both countries?
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