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5th ProZ.com Translation Contest
Thread poster: RominaZ

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Argentina
Member (2006)
English to Spanish
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Nov 17, 2007

Dear members,

The fifth ProZ.com Translation Contest is on! I'd like to
invite those members who have not entered the contest yet
to please do so.

I hope you find the source texts selected for this contest
engaging and you try your hand at translating them.

A few more entries are needed in the language combinations
English > Greek and Spanish > Greek to help these language
pairs enter the voting phase. No entries have been submitted
in the following language combinations yet: Italian >
Greek and French > Greek. Any members working on any of
those pairs willing to participate?

For now only full, partial community and student ProZ.com
members can take part in the submission phase of the
contest.

You can go solo or pair up with a colleague. To see the
texts and submit your entries go here
http://www.proz.com/contests .

I hope to see you in the contest soon!

Regards,
Romina

PS: I apologize for posting in English and I'd appreciate it if someone could reproduce the main idea of my message in another post in Greek for those who don't have English as their working language. Thanks!


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