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He kicked it.

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Sentence #287992

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He kicked it.

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ber
Iwet-it s rrkel.
ber
Iwet-itt s rrkel.
fin
Hän potkaisi sitä.
fra
Il y donna un coup de pied.
heb
הוא בעט בזה.
hun
Megrúgta.
ita
L'ha calciato.
ita
L'ha calciata.
ita
Lo calciò.
ita
La calciò.
jbo
ra pu tikpa ra
jpn
彼はそれを蹴飛ばした。
kha
U kynjat iaka.
por
Ele o chutou.
por
Ele chutou.
rus
Он пнул его.
spa
Él lo pateó.
tur
O onu tekmeledi.
spa
Él pateó eso.
spa
Él le dio una patada.

Comments

sacredceltic 2011-08-27 18:36 link permalink

What does "SVO" stand for? How is this informational?

dominiko 2011-08-27 21:55 link permalink

> What does "SVO" stand for?

I’m just guessing here: (S)ubject (V)erb (O)bject?

sacredceltic 2011-08-28 09:39 link permalink

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.

sacredceltic 2011-08-28 18:34 link permalink

>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.