Note: All of our rhymes pages are keyed to the British pronunciation. --EncycloPetey 15:59, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
- Thank you for the heads up. I was looking for something about that in the Wiktionary:Entry layout page, but I didn't really find it. Also, is there an entry here in Wiktionary that you consider an exemplary entry--one that each entry should strive to be like? Thanks again. Afc0703 16:44, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
- I started a "model pages" project for that reason. For English entries, parrot, listen, and Central Europe are some of our best "simple" entries. I can't suggest a model entry for Italian, but User:SemperBlotto is one of our best contributors, and has been editing for many years here, and happens to speak Italian. You might ask him if you have questions about Italian entries. I can help with English, Latin, and some Spanish, and I know a bit of a few other Iberian languages.
- Below is the usual template welcome we give to newcomers, that will provide you with some information you may find useful. --EncycloPetey 06:48, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
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Again, welcome! --EncycloPetey 06:48, 16 February 2009 (UTC)