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Translation RequestEdit

Greetings Natsubee!

I know you are an expert native speaker of the Ewe language.

Can you kindly help me translate this English article into the Ewe language? Please.


The "True Jesus Church" is an independent church that was established in Beijing, China in 1917. Today, there are approximately 1.5 million members in forty five countries. The church belongs to the Pentecostal branch of Christianity that emerged during the early twentieth Century. The church was established in Ghana since 1985. They aim to preach the gospel to all nations before the Second Coming of Jesus. The ten main beliefs of the church are:

  1. Holy Spirit
  2. Baptism
  3. Holy Communion
  4. Sabbath day
  5. Feet washing
  6. Jesus Christ
  7. Holy Bible
  8. Salvation
  9. Church
  10. Final Judgment

Any help at all would be very gratefully appreciated, Thankyou very much. (Just try your best effort; that is all I ask for) --Jose77 03:29, 13 June 2007 (UTC)

Nya gɔmeɖeɖea (The translation)Edit

Greetings Jose77!
I would not call myself an expert speaker. My speech is better than my writing though, so syntax may not always be bang on. Here goes:

""True Jesus Church" (Yesu Kristo Hame Vavã) la enye sɔleme faa si woɖo le Beijing, China le ƒe 1917 me. Egbe la, ame abe 1.5 "milion" tso dukɔ blaene vo atɔ̃ me le ha sia me. Hamea, si do ha kple Kristo sugbɔsugbɔ si woyɔna be "Pentecostal" la, dze egɔme abe ƒe alafa ɖeka enye si. Woɖo ha sia ɖe Ghana le ƒe 1958 me. Woƒe ɖoɖo enye be yewoa gblɔ mawunya na dukɔwo katã hafi Yesu na ga trɔ ava zi eveliae. Hamea ƒe xɔse vevietɔ ewoawo enye":

  1. Gbɔgbɔ Kɔkɔe
  2. Tsitadede
  3. Nuɖuɖu kɔkɔe
  4. Sabat
  5. Afɔ kɔklɔ
  6. Yesu Kristo
  7. "Biblia Kɔkɔe" or "Ŋɔŋlɔ Kɔkɔe"
  8. Xɔxɔ
  9. Kristo hame
  10. Afiatsoso mamlea

This is not a perfect translation but the essence of your message is here. It is possible that I may need to improve this later.--Natsubee 10:05, 13 June 2007 (UTC)

GratitudeEdit

Thankyou very much Natsubee for your excellent translation help and effort!

May God bless you and may Ewe Wikipedia prosper!

In the future if you ever need any help at all, then I would gladly help you.

Your Sincerely, --Jose77 22:05, 13 June 2007 (UTC)

Translation of the Ewe Wikipedia InterfaceEdit

The system messages of the Ewe Wikipedia Interface need to be translated into the Ewe language.

I know how to translate the interface and would like to help out. Can you give me the Ewe translation equivalents for the following words:

  • Main Page = ?
  • Community portal = ?
  • Current events = ?
  • Recent changes = ?
  • Random page = ?
  • Help = ?
  • Donations = ?
  • Navigation = ?
  • Search = ?
  • Go = ?
  • Toolbox = ?
  • What links here = ?
  • Related changes = ?
  • Upload file = ?
  • Special pages = ?
  • Printable version = ?
  • Permanent link = ?
  • Cite this article = ?
  • In other languages = ?
  • Article = ?
  • Discussion = ?
  • Edit = ?
  • History = ?
  • Delete = ?
  • Protect = ?
  • Log in = ?
  • Create Account = ?
  • Create an account = ?
  • Create article =
  • Log out = ?
  • Not logged in = ?
  • Move = ?
  • Move page = ?
  • Move this page = ?
  • moved to =
  • $1 moved to $2 =
  • Reason =
  • Watch = ?
  • My Watchlist = ?
  • My talk = ?
  • My preferences = ?
  • My contributions = ?
  • Summary = ?
  • This is a minor edit = ?
  • Watch this page = ?
  • Save page = ?
  • Show preview = ?
  • Show changes = ?
  • Cancel = ?
  • Editing Help = ?
  • User page = ?
  • Username = ?
  • Password = ?
  • Re-type password = ?
  • E-mail = ?
  • System messages = ?
  • System messages = ?
  • Remember my login on this computer = ?
  • User:Contributions = ?
  • Login required to edit = ?
  • View source = ?
  • new messages = ?
  • You have new messages on $1 = ?
  • == Welcome, $1! == Your account has been created. Don't forget to change your Wikipedia preferences. = ?
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November
  • December
  • Sunday
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Disclaimers

Thankyou. --Jose77 22:20, 13 June 2007 (UTC)

The translation requestEdit

The translation request
Hi! Could I ask you to translate the article which you can find below into Ewe? Please help me to show our language to the world – the article is quite short and has been selected from English and Silesian article and shortened as possible to contain only the basic informations. If you would finish, please, make me know on my Silesian or Polish discussion. Thanks in advance.
PS. If you want me to translate any article into Polish or Silesian, contact me without hesistation.
So, here’s the text to translation:

The Silesian language (Silesian: ślůnsko godka, ślůnski, sometimes also pů našymu) is a language spoken by people in the Upper Silesia region in Poland, but also in Czech Republic and Germany. In 2002 about 56 000 declared Silesian as their native language, but the number of speakers is estimated on 1 250 000.

Silesian is closely related to Polish language, that’s why it is considered as a dialect of Polish by some linguistics.

AlphabetEdit

There’s not one Silesian alphabet. The Silesian speakers are used to write their language with the Polish characters. In 2006 was invented the new Silesian alphabet, based on all of the Silesian scripts (there’s 10 of them). It is widely used on the Internet, as well as in the Silesian Wikipedia.

Aa Bb Cc Ćć Čč Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Ńń Oo Pp Rr Řř Ss Śś Šš Tt Uu Ůů Ww Yy Zz Źź Žž

And some digraphs: Ch Dz Dź Dž.

External linksEdit

Thank you once again, Timpul 11:22, 18 Siamlɔm 2008 (UTC)

  Done--Natsubee 15:40, 5 Kele 2008 (UTC)
hi, you can remove Drini from here [check], best regards --Dalibor Bosits 12:05, 16 Dasiamime 2008 (UTC)
  Done--Natsubee 22:37, 7 Kele 2008 (UTC)
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