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Wikitravel:Phrasebook status

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This page describes the criteria for determining the article status of phrasebooks.

Status Name Description
0 Vfd Not an article, with a page name that doesn't even identify a language or country. While it may contain information, that information does not meet Wikitravel's goals.
1 Stub A phrasebook with little or no information in it, or not formatted even close to the manual of style. A phrasebook with no template would have this status.
2 Outline Has at least an introductory paragraph (this can be as short as a description of where the language is spoken) and a phrasebook template laid out for the article. Some of the sections of the template may have been translated, but not most of them.
3 Usable Has at least a Pronunciation Guide and the Basics section fully translated. The Lodging section is at least started and the names of foods are given under Eating.
4 Guide The phrasebook is at least mostly complete. The article will enable a traveller to communicate all of their basic needs, even if no one speaks English.
5 Star The phrasebook template is complete and correct. It has a map identifying places where this language is officially recognized and/or commonly spoken. The format either matches the manual of style exactly or is the exception that proves the rule.


Insert the Wiki Markup listed below in order to display a guide's maturity rating:

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{{vfd}}
{{stub}}
This article is still a stub and needs your attention. It does not have a template. Please plunge forward and help it grow!



{{outlinephrasebook}}
This phrasebook is an outline and needs more content. It has an introduction and a template, but there is not enough information present. Please plunge forward and help it grow!


{{usablephrasebook}}
This is a usable phrasebook. It explains pronunciation and the bare essentials of travel communication. An adventurous person could use it to get by, but please plunge forward and help it grow!


{{guidephrasebook}}
This is a guide phrasebook. It covers all the major topics for traveling without resorting to English. But please Plunge forward and help us make it a star!


{{starphrasebook}}
Star-icon.png This is a star phrasebook. It covers all the likely topics of travel conversation, with great information and visuals. If you have new information to add, please plunge forward and keep it fresh!


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