These are good examples that show how this one word phrase can be used in a dialog.
[#2162897] "What was that?" "Nothing." (Hybrid)
[#3171378] "Tom, what are you doing?" "Nothing." (Hybrid)
[#7060041] "What did you talk about?" "Nothing." (Hybrid)
[#3050610] "What are you trying to hide?" "Nothing." (Hybrid)
[#2239574] "What were you two talking about?" "Nothing." (Hybrid)
[#8459785] "What's in that box?" "Nothing."
[#8459782] "What do you have in your hands?" "Nothing."
> I suspect that many of these may be non-sentences and should be deleted.
I agree. But what can we do? I could delete the sentence in my native language, but as long as the other translations exist, probably someone else will add it again the same day. I think an admin should delete them all at the same time.
I will not delete this group of sentences and I don't think anyone should. Each owner should be contacted and asked whether or not they want to delete their sentence.
If so people translated it, it means they are okay with such a sentence being in the corpus. I think you can just let it be.
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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #1959891
added by Lindoula, March 25, 2016