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Please read this before posting a translation request...

Post by Beaumont » 17 Dec 2004 04:08

Help us to help you:
- Please indicate the source and target languages in the subject of the topic.
- Please also indicate the context and the goal of your request.
- If it is for school, you must come up with a translation of your own, and we will correct it.

Make sure your question hasn't been asked before:
- by using the forum search engine ;
- by checking the common expressions already translated into many languages (ex : "I love you", "hello", etc.).

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Re: Please read this before posting a translation request...

Post by solbjerg » 17 Sep 2007 12:13

Beaumont wrote:Help us to help you:
- Please indicate the source and target languages in the subject of the topic.
- Please also indicate the context and the goal of your request.
- If it is for school, you must come up with a translation of your own, and we will correct it.

Make sure your question hasn't been asked before:
- by using the forum search engine ;
- by checking the common expressions already translated into many languages (ex : "I love you", "hello", etc.).

Terms of use:
- This service is not to be used by companies, commercial requests will not be taken.
- The translators can help students as teachers would do, but they will not do their homework.
- Please note that the translators help users for free, they don't ask for anything in return but simple politeness and gratitude.
- Answers are given on the forum, not by email.


Other Freelang resources:
- Translation Help Service
- Dictionaries to download
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