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Dieser Satz entstand als Übersetzung von Satz Nr. 373330.

Kia ora!

hinzugefügt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-19 01:01

#373330

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:29

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:29

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

#537889

getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

#466691

getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

#509793

getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

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getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

#404788

getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

#431975

getrennt von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

He said "kia ora".

bearbeitet von arcticmonkey, 2011-12-23 00:30

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getrennt von sysko, 2011-12-25 13:44

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verknüpft von gleydin, 2012-09-08 01:19

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verknüpft von deyta, 2016-07-27 14:26

Satz Nr. 1307542

eng
He said "kia ora".

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deu
Er sagte "kia ora".
deu
Er sagte "hallo".
por
Ele disse "kia ora".
tur
O "kia ora" dedi.
deu
Er sagte "moshi moshi".
fra
Il disait « bonjour ».
fra
Il disait « hallo ».
rus
Он сказал "привет".
spa
Él dijo "hola".

Kommentare

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-19 14:58 link Permalink

It's not English but Maori language. Maori is not "New Zealand English" which is very demeaning to the Maori People who have nothing to do whatsoever with England.

Is "Guten tag" Germany's English? How extravagant!

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-19 15:09 link Permalink

It's nothing to do with a loan word. It's everything to do with clear-cut imperialism and deep insult to a People. This phrase is definitely Maori.

Shame on you, arcticmonkey!

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 08:08 link Permalink

>"Over the last twenty or so years, Maori English has become much more audible around NZ.

"Maori English" doesn't exist more than Tibetan Chinese. The language name is "Maori", dot, and there is nothing English about it. It's typical imperialist demeaning rhetoric, as if everything had to be defined relative to the winner's standards. Shame on New Zealanders who call it that! What a lack of respect for the people they have robbed and dispossessed, even of a right for their language to have a name!

Swift Swift 2011-12-23 08:41 link Permalink

What's so controversial about “Kia ora” as a sentence? Better to ignore those who are intent on being insulted.

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 09:49 link Permalink

>What's so controversial about “Kia ora” as a sentence?

There's nothing controversial about the sentence. What is controversial is to call it "English" and flag it as such. It is Maori.

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 10:37 link Permalink

and why can't it be German, Icelandic or French?

Swift Swift 2011-12-23 11:02 link Permalink

Excellent. Can you add this sentence again or revert this one, Arcticmonkey? Would be a nice addition to the graph.

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 14:36 link Permalink

OK, so if we start inserting words of Language 1 under the flag of language 2, all sentences will have all flags. If this is what you want, start it. I'll follow...
I bet in under a week, the entire corpus will be ruined.

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 14:44 link Permalink

http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show/1317039

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 14:47 link Permalink

"Parfait" is as English as "Kia ora". You're the nasty troll!

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 15:23 link Permalink

Yes, and the People's Republic of China has also ample proofs that Tibet is Chinese...

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 15:27 link Permalink

Oxford people do not decide what words are English and what words are Maori.
And stop considering, as they do, that English is a big imperialist super-language that can hoover everything. It is ridiculous!

Swift Swift 2011-12-23 15:47 link Permalink

Apparently that job is taken by a person in Brussels.

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 16:02 link Permalink

Yep! Capital-city of Superglobishland. Here, all Dutch words are part of English!

Scott Scott 2011-12-23 17:56 link Permalink

There's nothing controversial about this. It's just a regional variant of English, New Zealand English, which has accepted a loanword from Maori. But you're probably just trying to waste everyone's time... Bravo, you've succeeded.

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 17:58 link Permalink

why I had bet you would support this?

Swift Swift 2011-12-23 19:10 link Permalink

Because you have a gambling habit? But don't worry. There are people who can help you with your problem.

sacredceltic sacredceltic 2011-12-23 19:23 link Permalink

When people are so predictable, it's not called gambling anymore...

Swift Swift 2011-12-23 20:35 link Permalink

Taking that view, there is certainly nothing whatsoever in the way of gambling where you are concerned.