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- pairs with more than seven entries will move to a qualifications phase to determine the finalists,
- pairs with three to seven entries will move straight to finals,
- and pairs with less than three entries will go to extended submissions.
If you work in any of the pairs in qualifications or finals below, please help select the finalists or determine the winners by rating or voting on your colleagues’ entries.
Thanks to everyone who participated so far!
Also, remember that “The Sounds of Silence” is in Finals phase, so if you haven't voted for the best translations in your language pairs, there's still time.
Also, the Hybrid phase is starting today for ”The Sounds of Silence”, so don’t forget you can help choose the finalists and decide the winners by rating and voting. Hope to see you around!
Who can participate?
Entry submission is limited to ProZ.com members in pairs in which the member population is large enough to support competition (the complete list is available in the contest page). In pairs other than these, any registered user can submit an entry. Rating and voting on entries submitted by others is open to all registered users.
How about a source text in X language?
ProZ.com translation contests depend on the collaboration of participants in many aspects--voting, commenting, submitting entries, and also in finding suitable source texts in various languages (especially languages in which no member of the site team is native). You can help ensure source texts in a variety of languages for future contests by proposing a text in your native language here.