Translation Iteration – French Edition

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Sally sells seashells on the seashore. The shells she sells are seashore shells.

Sally vend des seashells sur le bord de la mer. Les coquilles qu’elle se vend sont des coquilles de bord de la mer.

Sally sells seashells one the seashore. The shells she sells are seashore shells. Sally sells seashells on the edge of the sea. The shells which it is sold are shells of edge of the sea.

Sally vend des seashells un le bord de la mer. Les coquilles qu’elle se vend sont des coquilles de bord de la mer. Sally vend des seashells sur le bord de la mer. Les coquilles qu’elle est vendu sont des coquilles du bord de la mer.

Sally sells seashells edge of the sea. The shells which it is sold are shells of edge of the sea. Sally sells seashells on the edge of the sea. The shells which it is sold are shells of the edge of the sea.

Sally vend le bord de seashells de la mer. Les coquilles qu’elle est vendu sont des coquilles du bord de la mer. Sally vend des seashells sur le bord de la mer. Les coquilles qu’elle est vendu sont des coquilles du bord de la mer.

Sally sells the edge of seashells of the sea. The shells which it is sold are shells of the edge of the sea. Sally sells seashells on the edge of the sea. The shells which it is sold are shells of the edge of the sea.

Sally vend le bord des seashells de la mer. Les coquilles qu’elle est vendu sont des coquilles du bord de la mer. Sally vend des seashells sur le bord de la mer. Les coquilles qu’elle est vendu sont des coquilles du bord de la mer.

Converged.

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2 thoughts on “Translation Iteration – French Edition”

  1. In only four iterations too.

    What would be an interesting study is to check this for a bunch of possible binary pairs of languages, and then see if you can predict the convergence behaviour for iteration sets of any number of languages in sequence from them.

    You may find as the complexity of the set increases that you get oscillatory or even chaotic behaviour.

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