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your recent translation efforts

Dear Esteban97, I am sorry to say that your recent translation efforts to the Latin language were not too helpful. Let me just take this as an example: Many of the words you use cannot be found in any dictionary ("Ari", "dep", "orum", "are"), and you also need to pay attention to grammar. Just looking up the words as they appear in the text in a dictionary will not produce acceptable results, nor will using an automated translator produce acceptable Latin. Furthermore, "Excurro" is not a valid namespace name. I therefore ask you not to work on the Latin translation any more. Thank you for your understanding. --UV 20:10, 8 November 2008 (UTC)Reply