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Saving a translation for later?

I sometimes start a text, and then decide to let it fallow for a while, so I can come back to it when I am a bit more comfortable. I've noticed this is not always possible. Is there any "Track record" for translations? Like "You are halfway through..."

July 16, 2012

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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/BCEagle

If you go to the Translations tab and click on the blue number that says "x sentences translated" it will give you a list of the articles translated and the number of sentences translated for each from latest to earliest. If I spy an article I'm interested in but can't translate right at the times, sometimes I'll just translate the title so it shows up on this list and I can go back to it.


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/siebolt

As far as I know every completely translated phrase is kept. If you are halfway through a phrase it gets lost when you leave the document. You have to keep track yourself. I'll tell you in a moment how to do it, first I check it. After sending this I saw somebody already explained.

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