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I know! And let me also say that Keiko is a _second_ cousin of mine.
  • CK
  • May 13th 2010, 15:00
I know! And let me also say that Keiko is a second cousin of mine.
I know! And let me also say that Keiko is a SECOND cousin of mine.
  • Scott
  • Jul 11th 2010, 20:07
linked to #425044
linked to #425045
linked to #3196212

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Sentence #327838

I know! And let me also say that Keiko is a SECOND cousin of mine.
Ich weiß! Und lass mich dir sagen, dass Keiko eine Cousine ZWEITEN Grades von mir ist!
Je sais ! Et laisse-moi te dire que Keiko est ma cousine au SECOND degré.
知っ[しっ] てる[] よ[] 。[] ついでに[] 言え[いえ] ば[] 、[] 恵子[けいこ] と[] は[] 「[] はとこ[] 」[] だ[] から[] ね[] 。[]
¡Lo sé! Y deja que te diga que Keiko es mi prima SEGUNDA.
Mi scias! Kaj lasu min diri al vi, ke Keiko estas kuzino je la DUA grado de mi!
Lo so! E lasciami dire che Keiko è mia cugina di SECONDO grado!


May 15th 2010, 22:45
It is very important to the understanding of the English sentence that it is understood that /second/ cousin is emphasised. As there is no ability to alter fonts in Tatoeba that leaves us with *pseudo-bold*, /pseudo-italic/, _pseudo-underline_ or CAPITALS.
May 16th 2010, 11:53
No, that's a completely different case.

Incidentally, the reason why the emphasis is needed is that the speaker is agreeing with how hot the person in question is. /Second/ cousin apparently being 範囲内 for him.

Hmm, I'm not sure capitals looks any better.
Sep 25th 2011, 23:44
Maybe I don't quite understand the context... why is the sentence labelled as "not for save search"?

And looking at your two comments, paul, I wonder if some comments have been deleted.

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