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Post by LisaCullenAZ » Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:10 pm

EGO congruo per Isabella ut vel diety exsisto infigo per Carlisle.

I'm not sure I did that right... :?

I agree with Isabella that even diety must be impressed with Carlisle.
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Post by stupid SHABBY volvo owner » Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:27 pm

Etiam , sumo vegetarian vita est a valde laudatio res efficio parumper lamia quod EGO pomum Runco
I don't know about that translator. It looks pretty grammatically challenged to me...

Runco means I cull, weed out. It was obviously trying to do something with the Cullens. So the last bit means: I weed out an apple. Don't know what the apple is doing in there...

The first bit, as far as I can tell, is something like: I choose that the vegetarian life is truly a commendation, a thing, I bring about, being a vampire for a while. But the cases and persons are all wrong -- it's basically just called up the words from a vocab list and not bothered to use them.

Oh...I just figured out about the apple. This translator combines the unreliability of a translation program with the fertile imagination of speech recognition software. It thinks applaud is apple...

Back to your school books girls! The internet isn't up to this job yet.

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Post by December » Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:42 pm

Are you using the same translator as ILT, LisaCullenAZ ? Because I think you may be having similar problems.

lamias quoque amo sed lupos malo non tangere


(I love vampires too, but I would rather not touch wolves)
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Post by llovetwilight » Fri Oct 26, 2007 7:45 pm

stupid SHABBY volvo owner wrote:
Etiam , sumo vegetarian vita est a valde laudatio res efficio parumper lamia quod EGO pomum Runco
I don't know about that translator. It looks pretty grammatically challenged to me...

Runco means I cull, weed out. It was obviously trying to do something with the Cullens. So the last bit means: I weed out an apple. Don't know what the apple is doing in there...
So my "weeds" are eating apples??? HaHa! Time for new translation help!!!
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Post by LisaCullenAZ » Fri Oct 26, 2007 8:17 pm

Okay, okay. I'll look for a better translator. Or maybe I'll just call my mom. In Italy they were required to take Latin all through school from Elementary age up through High School. She took Latin and English. Crazy woman :)
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Post by December » Fri Oct 26, 2007 8:59 pm

My latin is pretty rusty, but I think it's better than the internet's...

LC, good for your mom!

lingua sordida turpis!! (Vulgar language is ugly!)
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Post by llovetwilight » Fri Oct 26, 2007 9:52 pm

December wrote:lingua sordida turpis!! (Vulgar language is ugly!)
December, you are the BEST!!! Only you would have thought to translate one of the filter responses!!! Love it!
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Post by LisaCullenAZ » Fri Oct 26, 2007 10:21 pm

Quis nefas per is? Is vultus bonus volo. Meus Italian est non optimus , tamen is est bonus satis ut EGO agnosco potissimum illa lacuna. Illa lacuna videor sagaciter satis. Operor vos non reputo sic?
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Post by December » Sat Oct 27, 2007 5:06 am

I wish you guys had enough Latin to laugh at the garbage this translator is producing... But i'm beginning to figure out how it works. Basically it's just giving you a word for word dictionary equivalent. I wonder what you'd get if you fed your translations back into the program... Like all that stuff about culling the apples?
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Post by TrueLove1 » Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:09 am

prosapia amo cruor melior quam fructus.

The family likes blood better than apples..... :shock:

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