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Translation Help

Postby tbottegal » 22 Jul 2004, 17:01

What is the meaning/translaton of ce n’é?

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Re: Translation Help

Postby ptimber » 22 Jul 2004, 17:10

There are. Peter
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Re: Translation Help

Postby ptimber » 22 Jul 2004, 20:58

FAMILIARTY BREEDS CONTEMPT!! The expression is written as C'e(with accent over e) followed by ne which is a substitue for "sono" . So that Ci sono means there are but "cene" also has the same meaning. Peter
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Re: Translation Help

Postby tbottegal » 22 Jul 2004, 22:35

Thanks Peter! Your clarification helps a lot.

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