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need help translating

Postby ello » 2006-12-15, 23:07

can you plz translate this sentance from english to afrikaans for me and send it via email or something A.S.A.P.

don't get me mixed up with some who gives a shit!

thx :D

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Postby Dminor » 2006-12-16, 1:28

My attempt:

Moenie my verwar nie met iemand wat dit belangrik vind
काव्यशास्त्रविनोदेन कालो गच्छति धीमताम् । व्यसनेन च मूर्खाणां निद्रया कलहेन वा

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Re: need help translating

Postby andre » 2006-12-16, 13:35

ello wrote:can you plz translate this sentance from english to afrikaans for me and send it via email or something A.S.A.P.

don't get me mixed up with some who gives a shit!

thx :D


Moenie my verwar met iemand wat omgee nie.

Or, to translate it closer to the point...

Moenie my verwar met iemand wat 'n fok omgee nie.

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Postby andre » 2006-12-16, 13:45

Dminor wrote:My attempt:

Moenie my verwar nie met iemand wat dit belangrik vind


A fairly good attempt.

The second "nie" is in the wrong place, it should be at the end of the sentence. Placing it where it is now, changes the meaning of the sentence. What this sentence means, is that "someone who finds it important, is confusing me/don't confuse me by telling me about someone who finds it important/who cares".

Translating the last part of the sentence as "iemand wat dit belangrik vind", is fine if a fairly liberal translation is all you want. But it's more formal, and not idiomatic, which is important in Afrikaans... :wink:


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