Foreign Language phrases (keep it to Pokémon related)

Discussion in 'World Championships' started by mcoville, May 16, 2008.

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  1. mcoville

    mcoville New Member

    For those of you who are lucky enough to know another language, could you help out the rest of us? Post a useful phrase in English and then in another language. I have found that it shows great respect for you to be able to speak the other persons language, even if it is only a couple of words, than to assume they speak yours. This list can also be used in reverse for someone learning English.

    For everyone that posts, thank you in advance. Maybe before worlds I will put together a pdf of all the phrases and have it posted for everyone to download and print.
     
  2. Heatherdu

    Heatherdu New Member

    Great idea! I wonder if PUI can provide pdf files of the book that is given at Worlds. It would be great fun to practice some phrases before the big event!
     
  3. SD PokeMom

    SD PokeMom Mod Supervisor Staff Member

    all participants at worlds get a booklet with basic sentences concerning gameplay/getting to know another player in their 'goodie bags'.

    sentences...for example, 'would you like to trade with me?' is printed in all languages used at worlds; one just has to look up the phrase and can either attempt to say it, or even just point at what they're trying to say.

    'mom
     
  4. Bohn

    Bohn New Member

    well, if some of you REALLY want that, i can scan my booklet i got from worlds 07 and put here for download (but probably as .jpg extension, not pdf)
     
  5. mcoville

    mcoville New Member

    If you could post those scans I think it would be a big help, Thank you.
     
  6. ilikegengar

    ilikegengar Member

    'Mom is right, you do get a battle dictionary, but it's not translated into English, you can only point at a sentance for someone else to read. For example, one column will say "Hello", the next column will have a list of 'hellos' but in the foreign language. Hello in Japanese is written in Japanese characters. There is no way a person can attempt to say hello in Japanese unless they can read those characters. Too bad there isn't a pronunciation column in that battle dictionary.

    I had fun last year at worlds, meeting some people from France and some from Spain. It gave me a chance to dust off my French and Spanish I learned in college. This year I'm studying Japanese--I want to practice my new skills!
     
  7. Bohn

    Bohn New Member

    not true, in the booklet it has on ocidental characters how to speak. for an example:

    poisoned is doku
    burned is yakedo
    asleep is nemuri
    paralyzed is mahi
    confused is konran

    ^^'

    i'm going to scan tonight and upload for you guys.
     
  8. Ardoptres

    Ardoptres New Member

    Danish:

    Vil du bytte? = Wanna trade?

    Vil du spille? = Wanna play?

    Tak = Thanks

    Mit navn er = My name is

    Hvad er dit navn? = What's your name?

    lol.
     
  9. Bohn

    Bohn New Member

    but there isnt anything in danish in the booklet, Peter =(
    i wish they could write in some scandinavian language.
    as for the booklet, cant scan, i need first to copy the booklet and scan after =/
    i'll do when i get some time to do that
     
  10. Rainbowgym

    Rainbowgym Active Member

    It's not in all languages, only 7 languages (incl English) are covered.
     
  11. Jason

    Jason New Member

    The 7 languages they cover are:

    English
    Japanese
    French
    German
    Italian
    Spanish (Mexico, Argentina)
    Portugese (Brazil)
     
  12. Gatsu

    Gatsu New Member

    Gatsu's italian translations to show fairplay toward other italian players:


    You lose = Sei stato pecorizzato MUHAHAHA!!!!

    I'm in good position to win this game! = Come ci si sente sotto un treno d'asfalto?!!?

    I'm gonna lose this game = Sento puzza di morto e non sei tu...

    You are gonna lose this game = Sento puzza di morto e non sono io...

    Would you like to play? = Vuoi essere asfaltato?!?!?

    Would youlike to trade? = Vuoi essere pecorizzato negli scambi?

    I had luck in this game!!! = Ho sculato come una scimmia!

    I had a lot of luck today = Oggi ho la chiappa tonica!

    I had amazing luck in this game!!! = Ho sculato come Andceo!

    You luck is amazing!!! = Sei un anoleso!!!!

    I need to rest to recover... = Devo bere una Redbull

    I stall = io gioco con il tempo

    I didn't play well = Ho succhiato il calippo

    I played very bad = Ho succhiato il banano

    I had horrible luck = [CENSORED]!!!!!

    This matchup is very hard = [CENSORED] non posso MAI vincere!

    My board position is very good and i think i'm gonna win! = DAI, CONCEDI!!!!

    Broken Card!! = Smodata! Sbroccata! Senza senso!!!!
     
  13. Rainbowgym

    Rainbowgym Active Member

    LOL< I need to use those while playing against you, LOL LOL
    Are you sure the Italian players won't hit me when I use it?
     
  14. sebastianlugo

    sebastianlugo New Member

    spanish:

    Es re vital = Vital

    Te exprimi/sablie = an very nice trade

    No robo nada = Sebastian Lugo

    Burreitor = the name of the deck that won worlds

    Pinche chino = Pinche chino

    BRRRR = ???

    Burakoooo= ?

    BZBZBZ = Envy

    Gordo Arroozzzz = an very fat guy

    Cara rompo todo cruz me vuelan = vital flip




    ;)
     
  15. Bohn

    Bohn New Member

    portuguese is such a tricky language, but we say:

    broken card = carta espancadora

    broken combo = combo esbudegador

    okay, i might remeber other phrases
     
  16. Tego

    Tego New Member

    For anyone who's interested in the Norwegian versions of the same two phrases, they're EXACTLY the same. :D So save printing paper and just print them out once for your Worlds notes.

    However, when pronouncing them, remember that they're so far apart from each other that it's impossible to hear any resemblance at all. :lol:
     
  17. andceo

    andceo New Member

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