Today I received an email from my non English speaking neighbour who uses Google translate to send me emails, and within it was this;
i Jackie, the tree, it is to go fishing for it who fell the one of whom we could in your absence to pick the very tempting fruits lorqu' they were ripe (side garbage can) without entering to you, just by raising arms. It has not worries as you and did not cause of dégats at the neighbours. but the tree cannot be raised and he remains put to bed in your jardin.c' is definitely domage.
I do know now what it is meant to say, but had to chuckle at what google translate comes up with!
Gardengirl you are absolutely right.
The above quote was the answer to my questioning the previouse email that said;
Brilliant! I just love Google translate sometimes. Just goes to show how complex language is and you can't just translate each word and convey the original meaning.
NormanH, funny you should mention that, on Tuesday this week a local restaurant was offering 'Wolf'
The origins of fishing go back to Adam and Eve.
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