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Guden morgen/avond/nacht!

added by daviddenboer, May 18, 2015

linked by daviddenboer, May 18, 2015

Goedemorgen!

edited by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

#4201638

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 2, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 24, 2015

linked by PaulP, June 24, 2015

unlinked by Horus, August 29, 2015

unlinked by Horus, August 29, 2015

unlinked by Horus, August 29, 2015

unlinked by Horus, August 29, 2015

Goedemorgen!

deleted by Horus, August 29, 2015

Sentence #4201633

There is no sentence with id 4201633

Comments

daviddenboer daviddenboer May 18, 2015 May 18, 2015 at 6:26:07 PM UTC link Permalink

How is it wrong? Navajo/Dine pronounces a warm welcome similar to "Yachteee" pronounciation. Was it mispelled?

Ooneykcall Ooneykcall May 18, 2015 May 18, 2015 at 6:29:31 PM UTC link Permalink

Tatoeba is about offering usable sentences. This isn't a usable sentence per se; it's a collection of several variations. The correct way is to link them to the target sentence as three separate sentences.

Impersonator Impersonator May 19, 2015 May 19, 2015 at 7:28:37 AM UTC link Permalink

@daviddenboer, thanks for the contribution, but please re-add it as 3 variants.

The rule 9 of the contributor guide explains why sentences with variant1/variant2 are not accepted on Tatoeba: http://en.wiki.tatoeba.org/arti...tor-in-tatoeba

Thanks for the understanding.

PaulP PaulP May 19, 2015 May 19, 2015 at 7:44:44 AM UTC link Permalink

More complicated as that, 123xyz ;-)

First it is goedemorgen, goedenavond, goedenacht (so the accusative "n" remained only in "goedenavond" because "avond" starts with a vowel.)

Second: goedemorgen and goedenavond can be used as translations of "hello", but "goedenacht" cannot. "Goedenacht" is only used when people leave each other, not when they meet. If they meet, even late at night, it's "goedenavond".

So, is the navaha word used only when people meet? Then this sentence should be split up to 2 sentences:

-Goedemorgen
-Goedenavond

David, if you don't know how to do it, I can do it for you.



PaulP PaulP June 2, 2015 June 2, 2015 at 10:04:17 AM UTC link Permalink

Corrected.

Horus Horus August 29, 2015 August 29, 2015 at 3:30:18 PM UTC link Permalink

Please go to #382119.
This sentence has been deleted because it was a duplicate.