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Je mange des chiens.

Postby Almar » 2007-03-07, 20:02

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. :?:
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.



French: Je mange des chiens.

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Postby Mikael » 2007-03-07, 21:02

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.

English: I eat dogs.
Spanish: Yo como los perros.
French: Je mange des chiens.
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Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.

English: I eat dogs.
Spanish: Yo como los perros.
French: Je mange des chiens.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby neo » 2007-03-07, 21:48

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
English: I eat dogs.

Spanish: Yo como los perros.
French: Je mange des chiens.
Italiano: Io manjo gli gatti. (??)

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby Teup » 2007-03-07, 22:56

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
English: I eat dogs.

Spanish: Yo como los perros.
French: Je mange des chiens.
Italiano: Io manjo gli gatti. (??)

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.

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Postby culúrien » 2007-03-07, 23:15

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dogs.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange des chiens.
Italian: Io manjo gli gatti. (??)
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby Ankdamm » 2007-03-07, 23:30

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dogs.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange les chiens.
Italian: Io manjo gli gatti. (??)
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.

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Postby Qoppa » 2007-03-08, 0:15

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dogs.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange les chiens.
Italian: Io manjo gli gatti. (??)
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Russian: Я ем собак.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby darkina » 2007-03-08, 0:17

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dogs.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.

PLEASE please please, I don't know if I said it before but I think it almost every time I visit this subforum... can you please add translation only when you are sure they are pretty close? Or at least when you have a clue of the spelling of a language? (a 'j' in Italian means you never have even seen a full text in Italian). And cats and dogs are two different things to me...
This subforum is not about practising the language you decided to study today and will drop tomorrow, it's about collecting sentences that are as close to correct as possible (and not where only one word out of four is correct)...or am I wrong?
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Postby Gormur » 2007-03-08, 3:14

If talking about food, using singular sounds more natural. (I eat dog, I eat goat, I eat horse, etc). Don't you agree? :?


Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby Qoppa » 2007-03-08, 4:02

Readding the Russian which was lost in darkina's post.

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Russian: Я ем собак.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby Ulven » 2007-03-08, 4:25

Gormur wrote:If talking about food, using singular sounds more natural. (I eat dog, I eat goat, I eat horse, etc). Don't you agree? :?
If one is speaking of dog as a set cuisine, yes. But if someone is just being funny or morbid, the original is fine. If I was joking with my friends, I'd say it with the plural.
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Postby Christophers » 2007-03-08, 4:38

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo gossos.
French: Je mange des chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani.
Portuguese: Como cãos
Spanish: Como perros.

Russian: Я ем собак.

Bikol: Nagkakakan ako nin ayam.
Cebuano: Gakaon ko'g iro.
Hiligaynon: Nagakaon ako sing iro.
Ilokano: Mangmanganak iti aso.
Kapampangan: Mangan kung asu.
Tagalog: Kumakain ako ng aso.
Tausug: Nagkakaun aku iru'.
Waray-Waray: Nagkakaon ak hin ido.


Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)

Korean: 내가 개를 먹는다. (naega gaereul meongnunda). :?:

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby Ankdamm » 2007-03-08, 5:16

La faute est à moi d'avoir enlevé une bonne traduction, mais "les" est pourtant valable quand on veut un sens plus général.


Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo gossos.
French: Je mange des/les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani.
Portuguese: Como cãos
Spanish: Como perros.

Russian: Я ем собак.

Bikol: Nagkakakan ako nin ayam.
Cebuano: Gakaon ko'g iro.
Hiligaynon: Nagakaon ako sing iro.
Ilokano: Mangmanganak iti aso.
Kapampangan: Mangan kung asu.
Tagalog: Kumakain ako ng aso.
Tausug: Nagkakaun aku iru'.
Waray-Waray: Nagkakaon ak hin ido.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)

Korean: 내가 개를 먹는다. (naega gaereul meongnunda). Question

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.

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Postby Psi-Lord » 2007-03-08, 5:50

Correcting Portuguese. I also think the point Gormur brought up about singular versus plural in English is highly relevant to Portuguese as well, but I’ll just follow the other Romance languages, and wait for some other native speaker to give his opinion.

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Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog/dogs.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. :?:
German: Ich esse Hunde.
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo gossos.
French: Je mange des/les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani.
Portuguese: Como cães/cachorros.
Spanish: Como perros.

Russian: Я ем собак.

Bikol: Nagkakakan ako nin ayam.
Cebuano: Gakaon ko'g iro.
Hiligaynon: Nagakaon ako sing iro.
Ilokano: Mangmanganak iti aso.
Kapampangan: Mangan kung asu.
Tagalog: Kumakain ako ng aso.
Tausug: Nagkakaun aku iru'.
Waray-Waray: Nagkakaon ak hin ido.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)

Korean: 내가 개를 먹는다. (naega gaereul meongnunda). :?:

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby Kuba » 2007-03-08, 6:28

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde. [ʔɪç ʔɛsə hʊndə]
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange des/les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani
Portuguese: Como cães/cachorros.
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Polish: Jem/jadam psy. [jɛm/jadam psɨ] (jem - I'm eating (right now, generally); jadam - I'm eating (generally, from time to time). For eating animals you have usually a noun like wołowina or baranina ("beef", "mutton") which doesn't exist for dog meat since that's not a part of traditional Polish cousine - maybe psinina? ;))
Russian: Я ем собак.

Bikol: Nagkakakan ako nin ayam.
Cebuano: Gakaon ko'g iro.
Hiligaynon: Nagakaon ako sing iro.
Ilokano: Mangmanganak iti aso.
Kapampangan: Mangan kung asu.
Tagalog: Kumakain ako ng aso.
Tausug: Nagkakaun aku iru'.
Waray-Waray: Nagkakaon ak hin ido.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)
Korean: 내가 개를 먹는다. (naega gaereul meongnunda). :?:


Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn.
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Postby greg-fr » 2007-03-08, 6:43

Je mange les chiens : si un chien passe par ici, il risque de finir dans mon assiette.

Je mange des chiens : quand je mange du chien, j'aime bien en manger plusieurs.

Je mange du chien : si tu me sers du chien dans mon assiette, je ne vais pas refuser.

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Postby Ulven » 2007-03-08, 11:09

Kuba wrote:Polish: Jem/jadam psy. [jɛm/jadam psɨ] (jem - I'm eating (right now, generally); jadam - I'm eating (generally, from time to time). For eating animals you have usually a noun like wołowina or baranina ("beef", "mutton") which doesn't exist for dog meat since that's not a part of traditional Polish cousine - maybe psinina? ;))
Yes, that's it :wink: That's why it can be said either way in English - English doesn't have a seperate word for dog as cuisine so context has to be known inorder to determine plural vs singular. Which raises a question: do Asian languages in which dog is eaten, have a seperate term for the food as opposed to the animal?
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Postby ilaana » 2007-03-08, 12:29

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog.
Faroese: Eg éti hunda. Question
German: Ich esse Hunde. [ʔɪç ʔɛsə hʊndə]
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange des/les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani
Portuguese: Como cães/cachorros.
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Polish: Jem/jadam psy. [jɛm/jadam psɨ] (jem - I'm eating (right now, generally); jadam - I'm eating (generally, from time to time). For eating animals you have usually a noun like wołowina or baranina ("beef", "mutton") which doesn't exist for dog meat since that's not a part of traditional Polish cousine - maybe psinina? ;))
Russian: Я ем собак.

Bikol: Nagkakakan ako nin ayam.
Cebuano: Gakaon ko'g iro.
Hiligaynon: Nagakaon ako sing iro.
Ilokano: Mangmanganak iti aso.
Kapampangan: Mangan kung asu.
Tagalog: Kumakain ako ng aso.
Tausug: Nagkakaun aku iru'.
Waray-Waray: Nagkakaon ak hin ido.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq
Greenlandic: Qimminik nerivunga

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)
Korean: 내가 개를 먹는다. (naega gaereul meongnunda). :?:


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Postby Mulder-21 » 2007-03-08, 15:16

In Faroese, if it's plural, then it refers to the current action. If singular, it refers to the fact, that occasionally you eat dog.

Danish: Jeg spiser hunde.
Dutch: Ik eet honden [ɪk eit hɔndə]
English: I eat dog.
Faroese: Eg eti hund(ar).
German: Ich esse Hunde. [ʔɪç ʔɛsə hʊndə]
Icelandic: Ég borða hunda.
Norwegian: Jeg eter/spiser hund.

Catalan: Menjo els gossos.
French: Je mange des/les chiens.
Italian: Mangio (i) cani
Portuguese: Como cães/cachorros.
Spanish: Yo como los perros.

Polish: Jem/jadam psy. [jɛm/jadam psɨ] (jem - I'm eating (right now, generally); jadam - I'm eating (generally, from time to time). For eating animals you have usually a noun like wołowina or baranina ("beef", "mutton") which doesn't exist for dog meat since that's not a part of traditional Polish cousine - maybe psinina? ;))
Russian: Я ем собак.
Slovak: Jem pes/psa.

Bikol: Nagkakakan ako nin ayam.
Cebuano: Gakaon ko'g iro.
Hiligaynon: Nagakaon ako sing iro.
Ilokano: Mangmanganak iti aso.
Kapampangan: Mangan kung asu.
Tagalog: Kumakain ako ng aso.
Tausug: Nagkakaun aku iru'.
Waray-Waray: Nagkakaon ak hin ido.

Cherokee: ᎠᎩᎠ ᎩᎵ agi'a gili
Eskimo: ᓀᕃᐊᐃᑦ ᕿᖕᒥᖅ nerrewait qingmiq
Greenlandic: Qimminik nerivunga

Japanese: 犬を食べる (informal - inu wo taberu) / 犬を食べます (formal - inu wo tabemasu)
Korean: 내가 개를 먹는다. (naega gaereul meongnunda). :?:

Esperanto: Mi manĝas hundojn
Gløgt er gestsins eyga. (Føroyskt orðafelli)
Wise is the stranger's eye. (Faroese saying)
L'occhio dell'ospite è acuto. (Proverbio faroico)
Hosťovo oko je múdre. (Faerské uslovie)

Fluent: Faroese, Danish, English, German
Almost fluent: Norwegian, Swedish
Basic: Slovak (studying), Spanish
Have studied: Hebrew, Russian
Interests: Ukrainian, Romanian, Italian, Albanian, Armenian, Ossetic, Hungarian, Estonian, Baltic languages


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