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He is numbered among the greatest scientists in the world.
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Sentence #300264

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He is numbered among the greatest scientists in the world.

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彼は世界で最も偉大な科学者の中の一人に数えられている。
彼[かれ] は[] 世界[せかい] で[] 最も[もっとも] 偉大[いだい] な[] 科学[かがく] 者[しゃ] の[] 中[なか] の[] 一[いち] 人[にん] に[] 数え[かぞえ] られ[] て[] いる[] 。[]

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sacredceltic
Aug 4th 2010, 12:54
I think there might be a decrepancy between English and German here in terms of tense. Is he or will he be numbered ?
sacredceltic
Aug 4th 2010, 12:55
*discrepancy
blay_paul
Aug 4th 2010, 13:04
"is numbered" matches the Japanese. If the German or French are "will be numbered" then they need to be unlinked (or changed).
sacredceltic
Aug 4th 2010, 13:18
I think a native german is needed...
MUIRIEL
May 26th 2011, 11:19
A late answer:
there is no discrepancy of tense:
"wird gezählt" is present passive
the future (passive) would be "wird gezählt werden"
sacredceltic
May 26th 2011, 11:21
ah yes, I always find this curious in German. It's unnatural to me. Thank you for the explanation.

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