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How far along are you?
  • Wolf
  • Feb 12th 2010, 10:27
linked to #362613
linked to #451424
linked to #451425
unlinked from #362613
linked to #362613
  • opor
  • Apr 25th 2011, 21:37
linked to #854214
linked to #1386370
linked to #1743374

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Sentence #281967

How far along are you?

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Aug 4th 2010, 10:28
Aug 4th 2010, 11:28
"How far along are you?" is a question often used when enquiring of a pregnant lady how far advanced the pregnancy is.
Aug 4th 2010, 11:36
OK, but then again, because I'm starting from German, I have a doubt that the German translation had this in mind. This should be reviewed by a native German speaker.
Aug 4th 2010, 11:47
Aug 4th 2010, 11:50
Then, "Wie weit bist du?" to translate "How far along are you?" is wrong...
Aug 4th 2010, 12:01
> the sentence has the more general meaning "How far are you?",
> indicating progress on work, etc.

I would say it's 90%+ pregnancy, <10% anything else. That may vary a little depending on where you live, of course.
Aug 4th 2010, 18:33
Ah, so you think "Wie weit bist du?" should be unlinked? I thought you were arguing the opposite!
Sep 12th 2010, 12:13
This sentence is ambiguous... it could be pregnancy related, but if my friend was writing an article or painting a painting, I might ask him the same question.

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