Part III - Social network-based: ProZ.com followers on Facebook were invited to propose their translations of the last part of the song through the ProZ.com Facebook page and have the chance of winning a nice set of prizes.
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The following are the source texts for this edition of the ProZ.com translation contests. Contest participants are given the opportunity to submit translations of these texts into the languages of their choice. If three or more translators translate a text into a given language, the contest is "on" in that language pair. To learn more about the source texts, see the "About the source text" section below.
About the source textThe source texts for ProZ.com translation contests are typically selected by ProZ.com members with a goal of providing interesting and challenging material that enables top translators to show their talent.
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ProZ.com translation contests
ProZ.com translation contests offer a fun way to take a break from your normal routine while testing and honing your skills with fellow translators.
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