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Mr So and so called today.
  • date unknown
linked to #187797
Mr. So and So called today.
El señor Fulano llamó hoy.
  • sysko
  • Jan 18th 2012, 22:35
Mr So and so called today.
Mr. So and So called today.
unlinked from #187797
linked to #1370182
linked to #1370159
  • Nero
  • Apr 3rd 2012, 19:03
Mr. So-and-so called today.
linked to #2167179

Sentence #24936

eng
Mr. So-and-so called today.
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deu
Herr Soundso hat heute angerufen.
epo
Hodiaŭ telefonis sinjoro Iu.
spa
El señor Fulano llamó hoy.
eng
Mr So-and-so called today.

Comments

Demetrius
Aug 26th 2010, 11:01
By the way, can 'kimasu' mean 'call'? Shouldn't this be 'called in' or 'called at'?
blay_paul
Aug 26th 2010, 11:12
Call can be used like that in English (although it probably isn't used like that much now, because it is ambiguous).
Spamster
Jan 18th 2012, 21:06
Did this sentence just change language?
AMIKEMA
Jan 18th 2012, 21:38
There was a better English version there. The other sentence had too many typos.
Spamster
Jan 18th 2012, 21:40
But now the tags don't match at all. I don't think that this within the rules.
sysko
Jan 18th 2012, 21:59
Hello,

The sentence counts for performance reason is actually "pre-calculated", and due to some vandalism on the database, these numbers get a little mad, and so I've regenerated them

By the way, this kind of question has better chance to get answered if you ask it on the part "wall", as these comments are supposed to be only about the sentence itself.
Spamster
Jan 18th 2012, 22:21
What about the other issue?
sysko
Jan 18th 2012, 22:34
Oh sorry I didn't pay attention to that

The policy is to never change a sentence, except

* Change the flag if it was not set correctly
* Correct grammar mistakes/typo

Otherwise that create this kind of problem

For sentences that require more change, we simply delete them.

Here I'm not a native English speaker, but it seems that for Blay Paul is was a possible correct sentence in British English, so I will revert it to it's original state. If other British English speaking people disagree with the first claim of Blay Paul, then we will simply delete it.
sysko
Jan 18th 2012, 22:36
I've added your Spanish version here, and unowned it, so you can readopt it
http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show/1370159
Demetrius
Jan 19th 2012, 01:24
Yes, it was correct British English, why change it into American version? :(

One of guidelines in Tatoeba is:
"Do not edit a sentence if, by itself, it is correct"
(see http://blog.tatoeba.org/2010/02...eba.html#rule5)

So changing 'Mr So and So' to 'Mr. So and So' wasn't really a good idea. I will re-add the previous variant.