How do Freelang volunteer translators receive the translation requests that are sent to them?
The requests are posted on a forum, and the translators log in when they have the time.
The requests are posted on a forum, then an email is sent to all translators to invite them to log on.
The requests are sent directly to the translators by email.
On the English version of Freelang, after the USA and the UK, what is the third country from which we receive the most visitors?
How are the Freelang dictionaries built up?
Wordlists are written by a team of linguists working for Freelang.
Wordlists are written by the dictionary users, everyone can contribute.
Wordlists are computer generated, noone actually writes them.
After the new Windows version, what will be the next priority?
A version for Android (smartphones)
A version for Linux
A version for Safari (Mac)
To send a translation request to one of our volunteer translators, what is not necessary?
A valid email address
A Freelang member account
If you want to translate "Happy Birthday" in all languages, what are your options?
Download all our dictionaries and look up "Happy Birthday".
Ask your question in our forum.
Just go the the "Happy birthday in all languages" page!
Are companies allowed to use the Freelang dictionary for free?
You've been spying on the Hotmail account of your girlfriend Natasha (or your boyfriend Igor) and you found an email in Russian. You are suspicious and you decide to contact a Freelang translator. If you explain the situation honestly, will the translator help you or not?
No, we don't accept this kind of request, as it breaches someone's privacy.
The translator is the sole judge and he is free to take the request or not.
Which author provided us with the largest number of dictionaries?
Renato B. Figueiredo
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