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Chess.com Translators: Spanish

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  • Formed: Aug 17, 2012
  • A group for fluent speakers of English & Spanish who are helping Chess.com become fluent in Spanish! Thank you!

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  • Hı everyone!

    by Joker-Jamal 13 days ago

  • Hola todos!

    by Joker-Jamal 13 days ago

  • I can speak both languages, If there is anything I can do please let me know!

    by Phillipians4-8 2 weeks ago

  • La barra de start translading, hay manera de quitarla.?

    by Artxi 2 weeks ago

  • Thank you for letting me join my friends:-)

    by brigatine-66 2 weeks ago

  • Happy 4th of July for those who celebrate it!

    by elvis_contreras 3 weeks ago

  • Pues sí. Se están introduciendo algunas traducciones no muy afortunadas como la que indica Pathtomastery. En fin, entre todas las votaciones que vayamos haciendo supongo que las iremos mejorando. Paciencia...;). De todas formas, hemos avanzado bastante desde cuando empezamos a traducir esto...;).

    by chessmasterspain 4 months ago

  • I speak Spanish very well - fluent in English. Would be happy to help with anything.

    by 7thSense 4 months ago

  • Estimado PathToMastery, la verdad es que no conocemos tu caso. Pero puedes contactar directamente a la ayuda de Chess.com. Otra cosa, creo que ya no estan aceptando nuevos traductores.

    by dani_el 5 months ago

  • "Le negaron nada"* es una mala construcción gramatical. Es necesario el adverbio de negación: *no le negaron nada; Segundo: no plagie a Shakespeare y venga de pedante. Tercero: pregunté porque no puede ejercer en determinadas acciones de traducción, simplemente.

    by PathToMastery 5 months ago

News


Great News! Planning to go Live with Spanish next week!

Submitted by DeepGreene on Dec 13, 2012 posted in Chess.com Translators: Spanish News
Hi all! Thanks to the efforts of all our translators (YOU guys!), we've now reached the point where we believe we can now make the site available in Spanish to non-translators: a change we're planning to make as early as next Monday. This does...Read More »