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Lucifere



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Lucifere
My Friend said :

a Korean sentence,
"It is me that a eunuch is!"
is translated (Google translator) to...
"I'm your Engineer!"

...What? Shocked
bu...but HOW?
maybe translator's algorithm is so crazy Laughing

Do you know about other episodes about translator?
like that.

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Post 02 May 2013, 10:15
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sleepsleep
you got the korean language sentence?
Post 02 May 2013, 15:39
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Such incorrect translations are a common thing. I guess it's because other people are allowed to submit translation options. All I know, they don't live long. Incorrect translations, I mean, not people Smile
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Yes, Google Translate has been constantly improved. Russian-speaking members of this forum may be interested how the FASM message board had been automatically translated to Russian in January 2008 (now the translation seems to be more accurate Wink):


Image


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Very Happy
Post 02 May 2013, 17:30
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Oh... My... I needed some laughter!.. now I can't stop...
Post 02 May 2013, 19:54
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Bob++



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Russian/Germany seems to be really so hard languages to learn.
Post 02 May 2013, 20:39
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Lucifere



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Lucifere
Bob++ wrote:
Russian/Germany seems to be really so hard languages to learn.


I think that...
Korean is more difficult than Germany.
...But...
Russian... is...
...I don't explain more detail than that.
Because Russian alphabet is Too Complex!
Rolling Eyes

Umm... so i don't want to learn both Korean and Russian because these alphabets are so complicated...

http://www.gov.ru/
http://www.korea.go.kr/

Compare two web sites (both are their national government homepage Smile )

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Russian alphabet is not as hard as it might look like. Russian is similar to other Slavonic languages written in Latin alphabet.
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Quote:
Because Russian alphabet is Too Complex!

You can read russian text like shown here.
In this way you can get transcription of russian word and find similar words in other Slavonic languages.
Also you can use google translate - if you write russian word in the input box you will see transcription below it. For examle: "привет" is "privet".
I don't think you can use this trick to understand Korean language.Smile
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regarding korean language
Quote:

Hangul was designed so that even a commoner could learn to read and write; the Haerye says "A wise man can acquaint himself with them before the morning is over; a stupid man can learn them in the space of ten days.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangul

i guess i am idiot,, =(
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Lucifere



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sleepsleep wrote:
regarding korean language
Quote:

Hangul was designed so that even a commoner could learn to read and write; the Haerye says "A wise man can acquaint himself with them before the morning is over; a stupid man can learn them in the space of ten days.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangul

i guess i am idiot,, =(


I think...
You must see it.
http://me2.do/5YZ9SuPX
most of Korean confused about that document...

I think that Hangul is so difficult even if you are native person.

P.S : Oh. I almost forgot about Arabian.
I think that Arabian is most. Razz

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Post 08 May 2013, 22:55
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I don't think any Koreans should be confused by that document.
The fact that there any many ways of combining consonants and vowels into a syllable doesn't change the fact that
- there are only a few consonants and vowels
- these consonants and vowels can be learned in a few days
- fairly simply and natural pronunciation rules govern the pronunciation of successions of syllables (ex: 생리 -> [생니])
Post 09 May 2013, 00:11
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ASM-Man



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I'm using bing.com/translator now. Better than Google and fastest too.
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Вам нравится мой русский?
Post 09 May 2013, 01:52
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typedef,you are from USA,right? do you have a special keyboard to type this?
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Lucifere



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ASM-Man wrote:
I'm using bing.com/translator now. Better than Google and fastest too.


Oh. Cool.

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Lucifere wrote:
sleepsleep wrote:
regarding korean language
Quote:

Hangul was designed so that even a commoner could learn to read and write; the Haerye says "A wise man can acquaint himself with them before the morning is over; a stupid man can learn them in the space of ten days.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hangul

i guess i am idiot,, =(


I think...
You must see it.
http://me2.do/5YZ9SuPX
most of Korean confused about that document...

I think that Hangul is so difficult even if you are native person.

P.S : Oh. I almost forgot about Arabian.
I think that Arabian is most. Razz


well, arabic language is not that hard, i know, coz i learnt it within 1 or 2 months,
i can read and write even without knowing the meaning of the phrase,

thats the reason why people could read the arabic quran without knowing the meaning, because you could form the sound through viewing the words, at least i would dare to say 80% correct,
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sleepsleep wrote:

well, arabic language is not that hard, i know, coz i learnt it within 1 or 2 months,
i can read and write even without knowing the meaning of the phrase,

thats the reason why people could read the arabic quran without knowing the meaning, because you could form the sound through viewing the words, at least i would dare to say 80% correct,

Oh.
Maybe i'm idiot =(

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typedef wrote:
Вам нравится мой русский?

Absolutely not.

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Lucifere wrote:
sleepsleep wrote:

well, arabic language is not that hard, i know, coz i learnt it within 1 or 2 months,
i can read and write even without knowing the meaning of the phrase,

thats the reason why people could read the arabic quran without knowing the meaning, because you could form the sound through viewing the words, at least i would dare to say 80% correct,

Oh.
Maybe i'm idiot =(


i think it is hard too before i took the 2 months course, but once you identify those symbol, basically, like A to Z except in another form
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