A planner in any other language…

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Here’s a topic that comes up every so often: foreign language planning. It can be a great way for non-native English speakers to keep in touch with their mother tongues, and for the rest of us to practice a favorite foreign language. So what languages are our planners and datebooks made in? Eventually, we’d like to give this information a permanent home on our International page; until then, here’s a comprehensive list:

American and British English
French and French Canadian
Italian
Dutch
Spanish
Catalan
German
Russian
Czech
Slovak
Hungarian
Danish
Japanese
Korean
Chinese

Our parent company is French, which is why the list skews European. At any rate, if you live in the U.S. and you want to buy a planner in one of these languages, you can find a vendor here, or just ask your favorite retailer if they’ll make a special order.

If you live outside the U.S., email us and we’ll try to help you find what you’re looking for.

4 thoughts on “A planner in any other language…

  1. When Quo Vadis adds the Baha’i Holy Days in 2012, you might consider a dual language version in Farsi [Persian] and English. I suspect a reasonable number of Baha’is would be happy to buy it since there are a fair number of Persians amongst us.

  2. Do you know by any chance if the Russian ones are bilingual in Russian and English, or are they in Russian only? Thanks for any info!

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