I just dont get it,
I have a link on the menu that appears on all pages
The page's title starts with widgeting 2012 and then more text.
On that page there is a link to see the widgetings in there original languages (on this other page the content is equal but mixed in same language plus 1 or 2 more).
So when I search in google for widgeting my company.
The page with original languages comes up in the serps, this is not what I want and I dont understand why google gives a second level page more importance (or third if we count the homepage) than the page that is linked from menu and is the page that links to the other with equal but some translated content.
Obviously the first is more interesting to users than the translated version.
Also in my sitemap for google the first page has a lot higher priority than the second.
Any ideas why google can do this?