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It is difficult to translate a poem into another language.
  • date unknown
linked to #151161
It is difficult to translate a poem into another language?
linked to #375911
It is difficult to translate a poem into another language.
linked to #375919
  • saeb
  • Apr 8th 2010, 11:48
linked to #377034
  • saeb
  • Apr 8th 2010, 11:48
linked to #377035
linked to #385165
  • Scott
  • May 16th 2010, 20:12
linked to #389665
linked to #404138
linked to #405324
linked to #468776
linked to #479246
linked to #512240
  • Dejo
  • Dec 22nd 2010, 23:56
linked to #679776
  • duran
  • Apr 28th 2011, 12:20
linked to #863292
  • CK
  • Sep 8th 2011, 03:49
linked to #1088556
linked to #463360
linked to #1772782
  • Olya
  • Jul 25th 2013, 14:33
linked to #2619905
  • PaulP
  • Apr 26th 2014, 20:24
linked to #725314
  • PaulP
  • Apr 26th 2014, 20:25
linked to #463578

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Sentence #263395

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It is difficult to translate a poem into another language.

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Showjpn
詩を別の言語に翻訳するのは難しい。
詩[し] を[] 別[べつ] の[] 言語[げんご] に[] 翻訳[ほんやく] する[] の[] は[] 難しい[むずかしい] 。[]
Showjpn
詩を他の言語に翻訳するのは難しい。
詩[し] を[] 他[た] の[] 言語[げんご] に[] 翻訳[ほんやく] する[] の[] は[] 難しい[むずかしい] 。[]

Comments

blay_paul
Apr 5th 2010, 19:14
The original is correct. It isn't a question, it's a statement.

(If it was a question then it would be
"Is it difficult ..."
not
"It is difficult ..."
megamanenm
Apr 5th 2010, 19:18
Oh sorry, My fault.

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