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How do I say " I need your help" in Spanish, French, & Italian??? :-)

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There once was a traveler's survival phrase and pronunciation guide that could be accessed by clicking one of the buttons at the top of the Talk forum page { i.e Destinations ,Hotels, Restaurants ,Products }.

I remember the guide listing phrases in Italian, French, and Spanish and probably in German, too.

I am not having luck finding that phrase guide now, I thought I would find it by clicking the Destination button, but so far I haven't been able to locate it. Am I just being oblivious and it is right under my nose or is that feature no longer available?

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