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Have you ever loved a man?
  • date unknown
linked to #11512
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linked to #218048
  • damc
  • Mar 10th 2011, 21:54
linked to #788057
linked to #796858
  • Zifre
  • Mar 17th 2011, 16:17
unlinked from #11512
linked to #834332
linked to #913725
  • duran
  • Dec 12th 2011, 14:38
linked to #1295609
linked to #1347074
linked to #1347071
linked to #1512997
linked to #1727642
linked to #3661298

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Sentence #55357

eng
Have you ever loved a man?

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sacredceltic
Mar 17th 2011, 15:55
man or boy ? There is a discrepancy with French.
Zifre
Mar 17th 2011, 16:04
@sacredceltic: This is from the Tanaka corpus so it is originally translated from Japanese. I'm not sure if the French sentence was translated from this or the Japanese.

You could edit the French sentence, but it already has a translation in Esperanto that uses "knabon". So I can unlink the French sentence from this if you want.
sacredceltic
Mar 17th 2011, 16:10
well, but what does the original japanese say ? If "man", then yes, you should unlink because it's "boy" and so is esperanto and dutch...
Zifre
Mar 17th 2011, 16:17
The Japanese says 男の人, which I think means "man" (like Chinese 男人). I'm pretty sure it doesn't mean "boy". Hopefully CK or someone else will tell us for sure.

I'll unlink the French sentence.

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