Can't enter Dutch contest
Thread poster: Laura Morwood

Laura Morwood  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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English to Dutch
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Jun 15, 2008

I have translated the article for the quarterly contest, but I can't get it posted. I'm doing English into Dutch, am I too late? Can's seem to find the 'submit' button! Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Hi Laura Jun 15, 2008

Maybe Romina will be able to give you more precise information tomorrow, but from what I can see, the EN to Dutch pair has been closed.

Natalia


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RominaZ  Identity Verified
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Submission is closed in pairs that received 3 or more entries. Jun 15, 2008

Dear Laura,

Thanks for your interest in contests.


Submission is only open in the language pairs that didn't reach the minimum number of entries required for final voting to occur (3). The pairs that received one or two entries are the only ones accepting entries.

Final voting will start on June 18, GMT. I hope you visit the contest page http://www.proz.com/contests and vote for your favorite entry then.

Thanks

Romina


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