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Short translation needed

Postby Tomcat » 2006-02-28, 11:50

Could anybody translate me these two sentences?

"X has entered the room"
"X has left the room"

Please mark or explain which words stand for "the room".

Thanks a lot in advance!

Tomcat
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Postby Zoroa » 2006-02-28, 19:38

X has entered the room : X gelara sartu da.

X has left the room : X gelatik irten da.

Hope it helps

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Postby Tomcat » 2006-03-02, 8:28

Thanks a lot for your help! I needed this for a chat I've been setting up, I want the messages in as many languages as possible. So what would be:

X has entered the chat

X has left the chat

Thanks again for your help,

Tomcat
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Postby Zoroa » 2006-03-09, 18:42

I think the best translation would be to use txat gela instead of gela (here txat gelara / txat gelatik)

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