User talk:Obernhardt

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Hello, thanks for your contributions to Wiktionary. I am going to stick the normal welcome script at the bottom of this message, but I wanted to point a few things out to you first. I noticed you were adding translations using the translation boxes, that is great! Please be sure to notice which section you are adding the translations to though, for instance on the page crouch you put inclinación and genuflexión as translations of the verb to crouch rather than as translations of the noun crouch. I have sorted that out for you. Please also check the glosses at the top of the section you are adding translations to, since not all translations are isomorphic; some senses will be translated differently than other senses. If you have any questions about translating here on Wiktionary please don't hesitate to ask! As I promised, here is the usual welcome text:

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Again, welcome! [The]DaveRoss 22:27, 19 January 2011 (UTC)