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9th translation contest: Business. Final voting phase open!
Thread poster: Lucia Leszinsky

Lucia Leszinsky
Sep 28, 2009

Dear StudentZ,

The final voting phase of the 9th Translation Contest is now open for all language pairs.

In final voting rounds, voters are asked to select the entry that they consider the best of the group. Second and third best entries may also be designated, with points being assigned to entries in amounts of four (4), two (2) and one (1), respectively. The entry that collects the most points in final round voting, wins.

Voting in each pair is open to members and users of the site who are native in the target language and work in the same language pair they wish to vote. Please visit the contest page and help select the winners with your vote.

This phase closes on Saturday, October 10, at 22:00 GMT. Winners will be announced after Monday, October 12.

You will find more information on the voting process here.

Also, for pairs that received 1 or 2 entries during the submission phase, feedback has been enabled for the benefit of the contestants. Translators that work in the pair will be able to tag the sections of the entries they like or dislike and provide a comment.

Thank you all for your participation and congratulations to the finalists.

Good luck to all!




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