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She died last year in 1960.
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She died in 1960.
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Sentence #310081

eng
She died in 1960.

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Comments

human600
Jan 30th 2010, 20:40
May I please suggest that you also spell out the number?
E.g., "in 1960 [nineteen sixty]".
That way, people who don't know English
will know how to say it.
JimBreen
Jan 31st 2010, 01:11
Please don't do that. As I commented elsewhere, it diminishes the usefulness of the corpus and is quite unnecessary. Trang, can we agree on a policy on this?
pierrephi
Jan 31st 2010, 11:20
Makes sense Jim, I wouldn't have updated the sentence any way but we should have guidelines
TRANG
Jan 31st 2010, 11:54
Quickly because I gotta catch a train soon...

Policy is : no anotations in the sentences. Whatever you need to annotated, use the comments for now.
pierrephi
Jan 31st 2010, 13:25
you'd better not miss that train or your boss won't be happy tomorrow! :)

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