added by Guybrush88, 9. februar 2011 kl. 15.42
deleted by AlanF_US, 28. september 2019 kl. 22.42
Duplicates of this sentence have been deleted:
then you can forget Allah'a ibadet.
can değil could olacağıdı, sori sör.
I think all of these sentences should be deleted.
I've added 3 sentences based on this incomplete sentence.
[#8165956] If I'd taken time to brush my teeth after breakfast, I would've missed my bus.
[#8165955] If I'd brushed my teeth more often when I was a kid, I'd have better teeth now.
[#8165953] Tom asked me if I'd brushed my teeth.
Further discussion on the wall: https://tatoeba.org/dan/wall/sh...#message_32585
Reading Trang's https://blog.tatoeba.org/2010/0...f-content.html (it's on the Tatoeba help page since 2010) I'd conclude she wouldn't bother deleting these.
If only I had brushed my teeth
>From the comment thread of the sentence, by @CK:
"Note that since there is no context, the Japanese could refer to more than one tense and the subject could also be something other than "I.""
>This is not very relevant. For example, many English sentences with "you" do not have sufficient context to determine if it is the singular, the plural or the general "you", or the degree of formality. This leads to several different translations in many other languages.
It's "relevant" because this is not complete and the context is not given, so this is not a complete thought. On the other hand, complete sentences are felt to be "complete", at least in some sense, so alternate translations make more sense, don't they?
@AlanF_US, what led you to delete this sentence?
The deletion seems contradictory to your opinion on the Wall:
To me it looks like you were in a cleaning up session, looking through sentences with the @delete tag and deleted the sentence directly from the tag's page without realizing that the discussion here was still not resolved.