User talk:Lwh

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Thank you for all the translations you are adding! Unfortunately few people have the patience to do this, even though it is perhaps relatively quick work; this is why it is particularly appreciated.
As a minor remark, I would like to observe that it is somewhat pointless to list for adjectives all three forms of the nominative singular (as in [1])): The main lemma is by policy the masculine form anyway, and that one is supposed to contain a full declension template, including in particular feminine and neuter nominative singular. On the other hand, listing all three forms clogs the translations table to some extent, without sufficient benefit. (Note also that Polish Wiktionary does not admit, say, korzystna as a lemma, so that the corresponding (pl) link will always remain red.) However, people disagree about this matter a bit. -- Gauss 22:22, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

Thank you for your kind advice. I'll keep your suggestion in mind. -- lwh 20:49, 18 February 2009 (UTC)