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06:02 Feb 2, 2001
Finnish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Finnish term or phrase:Nainen lukee kirjaa.
A single sentence I have been asked to find out what it means for a university course on using diffreent sources to find information.
Explanation: Nainen = woman. Finnish does not use articles and the translator must infer the correct use of "the" or "a" before a noun.
lukee = reads, is reading
kirjaa = book (partiitive case of "kirja", indicating she has not read the entire book at this point. www.finnishtrans.com
Desmond O'Rourke United States Local time: 04:08 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 770