User talk:Alton

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Well, it's not really correct to to translate third-person plural with an infinitive already used for the lemma entry - maybe providing literal translations as "they call/invite"? An example sentence would be ideal ^_^ If you don't want to provide translations for the inflected forms of verbs/nouns, please sort them into Category:Russian noun forms, Category:Russian verb forms etc. --Ivan Štambuk 12:45, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

That was a mistake on my part, thank you. I did read somewhere in some guideline or another, that inflected forms should have an entry, though. I suppose even if you change the definition of the term, it should still be sorted into that "forms" category? Please continue to monitor my contributions, if you can, I am just a very beginning, elementary student. ALTON .ıl 20:12, 25 March 2008 (UTC)