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Does this language not require capital letters and full stops?
It looks like most of the other sentences in Romani do start with a capital letter and have the full stop at the end.
@Selena777 and @Deniko
Sorry, I'm a beginner here ;-) ! Romani language is not often written (more oral) but of course we can (or should) include capital letters. I correct that right now :-)
Also, if you take a look at this sentence:
Muři phen ažutisardas muři dej te grežisarel man kana somas cinořo / bebeto
It looks like there are two words for baby in Romani - cinořo and bebeto - and you are listing them as variants. According to tatoeba's rules, a sentence can't have annotations or variants. It should be just a naturally sounding normal sentence.
So you might want to add two sentences instead of that one:
Muři phen ažutisardas muři dej te grežisarel man kana somas cinořo.
Muři phen ažutisardas muři dej te grežisarel man kana somas bebeto.
You've got a few more sentences that look like you're listing some possible vocabulary variations.
Since I have no knowledge of Romani whatsoever, I might be wrong about that, of course.
Exactly! Someone already told me that, and I wasn't aware about this rule. Just give me the time please, I'm going to write only a version (of my dialect) and delete the other versions I'll check all the sentences I translated. My goal is only to help, that's why I provided more vocabulary thinking it was useful for people due to the complexity of such a language (with many variants). You weren't wrong, thanks!
Welcome and thanks for the explanation! I asked about capital letters, cause there are actually languages which don't use them (i.e. Georgian).
Thanks for your contribution in Romani, it's always pleasant to see a new language here.