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We watched a new program on television.
linked to #482086
  • Espi
  • Aug 27th 2010, 00:20
linked to #482115
  • Espi
  • Aug 27th 2010, 00:25
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  • mamat
  • Aug 27th 2010, 00:26
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Sentence #248209

eng
We watched a new program on television.
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deu
Wir schauten uns eine neue Fernsehsendung an.
epo
Ni spektis novan elsendon en televido.
fra
Nous avons vu un nouveau programme à la télévision.
jpn
私たちはテレビで新しい番組を見ました。
私[わたし] たち[] は[] テレビ[] で[] 新しい[あたらしい] 番組[ばんぐみ] を[] 見[み] まし[] た[] 。[]
rus
Мы смотрели новую программу по телевизору.
spa
Nosotros vimos un nuevo programa en televisión.
tur
Televizyonda yeni bir program izledik.
hun
Egy új műsort néztünk a tv-ben.
ita
Abbiamo visto un nuovo programma in televisione.
por
Nós vimos um novo programa na televisão.

Comments

Espi
Aug 27th 2010, 00:18
"Program" I know as a computer term.
Isn't it here a television "programme"?
Demetrius
Aug 27th 2010, 00:23
As far as I know, ‘programme’ is British English, while ‘program’ is used in American.
Espi
Aug 27th 2010, 18:44
Yes, I see. Thank's!
blay_paul
Aug 27th 2010, 19:40
Demetrius is right, but 'program' is used for computer software even in the UK. A similar distinction is present for a number of British / American differences.

e.g.
Dialogue = British
Dialog = American _or_ Computing

Disc = (mostly) British
Disk = (mostly) American _or_ Computing

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