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  • date unknown
linked to #115678
  • date unknown
He kicked it.
linked to #1067565
  • duran
  • Nov 20th 2011, 07:57
linked to #1250104
linked to #2615949
linked to #2615950
  • gleki
  • Aug 13th 2013, 12:25
linked to #2673001
linked to #3255377
linked to #3952278
linked to #3953116

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Sentence #287992

He kicked it.
Iwet-it s rrkel.
Iwet-itt s rrkel.
Il y donna un coup de pied.
הוא בעט בזה.
ra pu tikpa ra
彼[かれ] は[] それ[] を[] 蹴飛ばし[けとばし] た[] 。[]
U kynjat iaka.
Él lo pateó.
O onu tekmeledi.
Él pateó eso.
Él le dio una patada.


Aug 27th 2011, 18:36
What does "SVO" stand for? How is this informational?
Aug 27th 2011, 21:55
> What does "SVO" stand for?

I’m just guessing here: (S)ubject (V)erb (O)bject?
Aug 28th 2011, 09:39
Isn't it obvious enough that there is a subject, a verb and an object ?
According to me, this tag adds no information at all so it should be a list.
And in any case, tags should NEVER be acronyms. Only 8% of Tatoeba's contributors are native English speakers. That means 92% of contributors have to decode obscure English acronyms (and in this case, even the natives probably have to as well). This is not acceptable.
Aug 28th 2011, 18:34
>Try clicking the tags to get a list of similar sentences and I think you can understand the value of tags.

you can achieve this with lists.

>If you Google "purpose of tags", I think you might get a better understanding of what tags are all about.

You're so condescending, as always. I perfectly know what tags are for when you don't. Websites and services are my job!

Anyway, you still don't account for using English acronyms when 92% of Tatoeba users are not English native speakers.

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