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I give you a ride. [M]
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  • Dejo
  • 2010-10-20 19:29
I'll give you a ride.
  • Dejo
  • 2010-10-20 19:30
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  • CK
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Sentence #265472

eng
I'll give you a ride.
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ber
Ad k-ssiwḍeɣ.
bul
Ще те закарам.
cmn
我會載你一程。
我会载你一程。
wǒ huì zài nǐ yī chéng 。
dan
Jeg vil køre dig.
epo
Mi veturigos vin.
fra
Je t'amène.
fra
Je te dépose.
heb
אני אסיע אותך.
heb
אני אקח אותך טרמפ.
heb
אני אתן לך טרמפ.
ita
Ti darò un passaggio.
ita
Vi darò un passaggio.
ita
Le darò un passaggio.
jpn
車に君を乗せてあげる。
(くるま)(きみ)()せてあげる 。
jpn
車で送っていってあげるよ。
(くるま)(おく)っていってあげる よ 。
nld
Ik neem je mee.
por
Eu te dou uma carona.
por
Eu te levo.
rus
Я тебя подвезу.
rus
Я вас подвезу.
rus
Я подброшу тебя.
spa
Yo te llevo.
tur
Seni arabayla götüreceğim.
deu
Ich nehme dich mit.
deu
Ich fahre dich.
eng
I'll give you a lift.
epo
Mi veturigas vin.
fra
Je te conduirai.
fra
Je t'y emmènerai en voiture.
rus
Я тебя отвезу.
rus
Я подвезу вас.
spa
Te llevo.

Comments

Dejo
2010-10-20 19:05
If I change the English "I give you a ride." to "I'll give you a ride." Will that affect the French? I think in French you can use a present tense for an immediate future.

Then we can get rid of the tag "less than natural" and just change the Esperanto to future.
sacredceltic
2010-10-20 19:09
yes, the French could remain unchanged. But what about the Japanese?
Dejo
2010-10-20 19:28
I would assume that the Japanese is correct because it was probably a Japanese speaker who wrote the English sentence.
Dejo
2010-10-20 19:31
"I" changed to "I'll" pls remove tag "less than natural".
Horus
2015-01-19 20:34
Duplicates of this sentence have been deleted:
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