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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #584624.

le ratcu cu jmive gi'i morsi

added by remod, 2010-11-04 10:13

#584624

linked by remod, 2010-11-04 10:13

#625907

linked by rpglover64, 2010-11-18 05:49

#627966

linked by arihato, 2010-11-19 18:00

#601452

linked by remod, 2011-03-02 11:23

#2125969

linked by jongausib, 2013-01-06 11:16

Sentence #601461

jbo
le ratcu cu jmive gi'i morsi

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Is the rat alive or dead?
epo
Ĉu la muso estas morta aŭ viva?
ita
Il topo è vivo o morto?
jpn
そのネズミは生きているのか死んでいるのか?
swe
Är råttan levande eller död?
cbk
Muerto o vivo el ratón?
cmn
這隻老鼠是死還是活的?
这只老鼠是死还是活的?
deu
Ist die Maus tot oder lebendig?
eng
Is the mouse dead or alive?
epo
Ĉu la muso estas mortinta aŭ vivanta?
fin
Onko rotta elossa vai kuollut?
fin
Onko rotta elävä vai kuollut?
fra
La souris est-elle morte ou en vie ?
fra
La souris est vivante ou morte ?
ita
Il ratto è vivo o morto?
por
O rato está vivo ou morto?
rus
Крыса жива или мертва?
rus
Крыса живая или мёртвая?
spa
¿El ratón está vivo o muerto?
toki
soweli li lon anu moli?
tur
Fare canlı mı yoksa ölü mü?
yue
隻老鼠生定死架?

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rpglover64 rpglover64 2010-11-18 05:50 link permalink

I'm fairly certain that this is not a question.
Also, how would one ask "Is the rat alive or dead?" in such a way that "Yes" is not a valid answer?

kebukebu kebukebu 2010-11-18 06:18 link permalink

This appears to be a question of the type: What is the truth-function relationship between the two statements: "The rat is alive.", "The rat is dead."?

See Lojban Reference Grammar - Truth questions and connective questions:
http://www.lojban.org/publicati...ter14.html#s13

rpglover64 rpglover64 2010-11-18 06:56 link permalink

How do I edit my translation?

remod remod 2010-11-18 08:11 link permalink

@rpglover64: just click on your translation again and you'll be offered to edit the text.

remod remod 2010-11-18 08:40 link permalink

@kebukebu: correct.

I could answer

{nagi'e} -> "the rat is not alive, is dead"
{gi'enai} -> "the rat is alive, is not dead"

It's easy to remember as you negate the false bridi.

{nagi'enai} is probably for a Shroedinger (or a zombie) rat :)

And {gi'onai} if you don't want (or can't) tell if it's alive or dead.


rpglover64 rpglover64 2010-11-18 17:35 link permalink

My mistake; {.u'u doi rodo}