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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #435074.
added by LugoIlmer, April 9, 2011 at 7:22 PM
edited by LugoIlmer, May 31, 2011 at 9:04 PM
Por favor, añade un "。".
See the discussion on the English sentence:
This expression is usually written just in hiragana. いただきます outranks 戴きます in Google hits by over 100:1. If it is written with kanji, it is usually 頂きます, which is about 80 times more common than 戴きます.
I recommend changing it to いただきます, and adding "。" at the end.
Seeing how the owner has also added "頂きます" I'd suggest at least adding the adding the hiragana version as an alternate. Comments with links back to this one for information about the various writings would be super useful.
I added いただきます and a comment. (I forget how to add a link 8-))
See also alternate writing: http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show/917967
@JimBreen: Just entering the URL will generate the link. Hopefully we'll get a parser that will turn #<number> into links as well at some point.
>Just entering the URL will generate the link.
Where? In the translation box?
That URL fails. I end up at a French sentence.
Hmm. It works for me.
You should replace id1 and id2 with respective numbers, e.g. 111 and 222 (not with id111 and id222).
@JimBreen: Sorry, I completely misunderstood you! For easy linking, this userscript is super useful: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/99149
I've collected the userscripts relevant to Tatoeba (that I've heard about): http://martin.swift.is/tatoeba/doc/userscripts
Thanks. I'll save that reference. I've installed Greasemonkey and I'll see about using that script.