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どこの席がいいですか。
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どこの席がいいですか?
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Sentence #200904

jpn
どこの席がいいですか?
どこ の (せき) が いい です か ?
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deu
Wo möchtest du sitzen?
eng
What seats do you want?
pol
Jakie miejsce pan woli?
rus
Какие места предпочитаете?
eng
Where would you like to sit?
epo
Kiujn sidlokojn vi deziras?
ita
Quali posti volete?
jpn
どこに座りたい?
どこ に (すわ)りたい ?
tur
Hangi koltuğu istiyorsun?

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CK
CK
12 days ago - edited 12 days ago
Tommy_san,

If you think all ですか。sentences should be changed to ですか?, probably TRANG can make this change for every sentence in the database.

There are perhaps over 3,000 such sentences.

Search: "ですか。$"

https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc...jpn&to=und
Pfirsichbaeumchen
12 days ago
What does that dollar sign do?
CK
CK
12 days ago
The $ sign means end of the line.
The ^ means the beginning of the line.

Example:

All sentences starting with Tom and ending with Mary.

^Tom Mary$
https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc...eng&to=und
tommy_san
12 days ago
> If you think all ですか。sentences should be changed to ですか?

I don't think so. It's just my personal preference.
There's nothing wrong with interrogatives ending with "。". Actually, question marks are rarely used in textbooks of Japanese as a second language, but I want to use them in the sentences I own because that's how I'd write it.

I know it's against the "Don't change anything that is not wrong" rule. I could just ignore the existing sentences and add alternate ones with different punctuation, if the community consider that to be more desirable.
Pfirsichbaeumchen
12 days ago
> I know it's against the "Don't change anything that is not wrong" rule.

Remember what Trang once said about that rule: https://tatoeba.org/deu/sentences/show/303808.