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gillux gillux June 23, 2020 at 10:51 AM June 23, 2020 at 10:51 AM link Permalink

Quel groupe de phrases pourrait représenter Tatoeba ?

Je suis en train de réfléchir à quoi imprimer sur le t-shirt ou la tasse que les participants à Kodoeba recevront. Nous aimerions avoir un objet qui représente Tatoeba en général, pour qu’il puisse initier des discussions sur Tatoeba dans la vraie vie, et d’y ajouter une petite mention "Kodoeba #1" dans un coin. En d’autres mots, ce sera plus un objet de "Tatoeba" que de "Kodoeba".

Une tasse a été créée un jour [1]. J’aimerais faire un truc dans le genre, mais au lieu d’une phrase qui parle de thé et de café, je pense que nous pourrions trouver une phrase plus inspirante et en lien avec la philosophie du projet.

Aussi, avez-vous des idées pour la phrase ? Il faudrait qu’elle soit traduite dans toutes les langues des participants à Kodoeba, c’est-à-dire au moins l’anglais, le français, le portugais, le tagalog, le polonais, l’allemand, l’espagnol et l’italien (mais cela peut se faire plus tard ; d’autres langues sont évidemment bienvenues). Il faudrait aussi qu’elle ne soit pas trop longue.

Voici quelques premières idées :

#2456781 How do you say that in your language?
#656787 I know your language.
#478567 Sing a song in your language, please!
#1762086 Why don't you use your language?
#704105 It's all about sentences. Not words.
https://tatoeba.org/fra/sentences_lists/show/163 Tatoeba: Future Mottos

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What group of sentences could represent Tatoeba?

I am thinking about what to print on the t-shirt or mug that Kodoeba participants will receive. We’d like to have an object that represents Tatoeba in general, so that it can initiate discussions about Tatoeba in real life, and to add a small mention "Kodoeba #1" in a corner. In other words, it will be more of a "Tatoeba" object than a "Kodoeba" object.

A cup was created before [1]. I’d like to do something like that, but instead of a sentence about tea and coffee, I think we could find a sentence that is more inspiring and related to the philosophy of the project.

So any ideas for the sentence? It should be translated into all the languages of the Kodoeba participants, that is to say, at least English, French, Portuguese, Tagalog, Polish, German, Spanish and Italian (but this can be done later; other languages are obviously welcome). It should also be not too long.

Here are some initial ideas:

#2456781 How do you say that in your language?
#656787 I know your language.
#478567 Sing a song in your language, please!
#1762086 Why don't you use your language?
#704105 It's all about sentences. Not words.
https://tatoeba.org/fra/sentences_lists/show/163 Tatoeba: Future Mottos

[1] https://blog.tatoeba.org/2011/0...all-times.html

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Ricardo14 Ricardo14 July 1, 2020 at 12:06 AM, edited July 1, 2020 at 12:43 AM July 1, 2020 at 12:06 AM, edited July 1, 2020 at 12:43 AM link Permalink

How about those ones I've just thought:

→ If you can read this, it means that you speak, at least, one language and so, you're more than welcome to Tatoeba! (#8883615)

→ Tatoeba: A super database of sentences and translations which I proudly work on. (#8883617)

→ I really love languages. Thanks to Tatoeba to make it possible to study and help people to learn them. (#8883621)

→ I really love languages. Thank you, Tatoeba! (#8883622)

→ You might not have realized it yet, but I'm crazy about languages. (#8883624)

→ How about teaching me your language? (#8883704)

I've thought on those sentences because they "link" languages to Tatoeba which might attract more people to join us.