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Peer comments in spanish returns a false translation
Thread poster: Connie Ibarzabal

Connie Ibarzabal
Mexico
Local time: 06:28
English to Spanish
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Jun 25, 2003

When you submit a peer comment to a KudoZ question in Spanish, you get a message that reads "Su grado ha sido registrado" should read "Su calificación ha sido registrada", or "Su opinion ha sido registrada" cause even as Grado is a correct translation for grade, in this case it refers to grading something as a verb, not as a noun.

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