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Re: [Tlhingan-hol] no' Hol & Paramount Hol in Bing

Anthony Appleyard ( [KLI Member]

Does it mean the Klingon equivalent of meaning e.g. that in English "the fixed word sequence "<span lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri">if it ain’t broke don’t fix it." is valid, but that does not gIve permission to use "ain't" for "is not<span></span>" or "broke" for "broken" elsewhere."?<br></font></span><blockquote style="margin-right: 0px; margin-left:15px;">----Original message----<br>From :<br><br>

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<div class="PlainText">When you say, "non-productive," Do you mean that it won't use it to learn or that it will never produce that when going from English to tlhIngan Hol?&nbsp; Is there any chance that some one might type in, "my blood sings," and get back {bom
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From: "Robyn Stewart" &lt;;<br>&gt; ...<span lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri"> “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.”...<br><font size="2"><br>How well does Bing cope with languages with case endings? I have had some strange results with asking Google autotranslater to translate from English into Latin.<br></font><br></font></span></div></blockquote><p></p>
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