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Revision as of 17:17, 29 November 2011

This is an archive of Letters to Jeeves that have appeared in the Ask Mrs Jeeves! section of OTPedia.

Today is 21 September 2020, week 39.


November 2011
Dear Mr. Jeeves,

I am so happy that I found you! Do help me please, because I think I got myself into trouble. You see, last week I stumbled upon a mighty interesting website. It's called TED, and it's full of nice little talks. They have subtitles in many languages! When I saw that the subtitles are made by volunteers, I sent those TED people a mail saying that I wanted to contribute too. And before I knew it, I got an answer saying that they would be very happy for me to write subtitles in... Subtitlese! Can you imagine? I do not have a clue as to where to start. I hope you can help.

Desperately yours,

—--Teddy 19:57, 28 November 2011 (UTC)
My dear Teddy,

You have reached the right person. I happen to be an expert in Subtitlese. It will be my pleasure to help you out. Right now, I would advise you to truthfully answer the questions asked to you by the TED people. Once they've given you access to the talk you requested, I suggest we take a look at a few sections just to make you acquainted with the process.

By the way, it's Mrs Jeeves, not Mr Jeeves. My famous great-uncle passed away many years ago.

Looking forward to assisting you,

—--Jeeves 08:08, 29 November 2011 (UTC)