Purepecha and Spanish

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TSZ -> SPA Evaluation

Coverage Analysis

  • Monolingual transducer coverage of corpus: 50772/168988 (~0.300)
  • Bilingual transducer coverage of corpus: 26198/159706 (~0.164)

Sentence Evaluation

1.

 Original sentence: Xí kwánitaska wátsïni Maríani.
 Intended Translation: Yo presté Maria mi hija (I lent Maria my daughter).
 Biltrans Output: ^xí<prn><sg>/yo<prn><tn><p1><mf><sg><sg>$ ^kwánita<v><iv><pres><perf><p1>/prestar<vblex><pres><perf><p1>$ ^wátsï<n><sg><obj>/hijo<n><m><sg><obj>$ ^María<np><sg><obj>/Maria<np><ant><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #yo #prestar #hijo #Maria

2.

 Original sentence: Xí íntskuska itsîni maríkwani.
 Intended Translation: Yo di la niña agua (I gave the girl some water).
 Biltrans Output: ^xí<prn><sg>/Yo<prn><tn><p1><mf><sg><sg>$ ^íntsku<v><tv><pres><perf><p1>/dar<vblex><pres><perf><p1>$ ^itsi<n><sg><obj>/agua<n><f><sg><obj>$ ^maríkwa<n><sg><obj>/niña<n><f><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #Yo #dar #agua #niña

3.

 Original sentence: Xí tumpíni íntskuska maríkwani.
 Intended Translation: Yo di el niño la niña (I gave the girl to the boy).
 Biltrans Output: ^Xí<prn><sg>/Yo<prn><tn><p1><mf><sg><sg>$ ^tumpí<n><sg><obj>/niño<n><m><sg><obj>$ ^íntsku<v><tv><pres><perf><p1>/dar<vblex><pres><perf><p1>$ ^maríkwa<n><sg><obj>/niña<n><f><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #Yo #niño #dar #niña

4.

 Original sentence: K’amárasti tsírini.
 Intended Translation: Acabe maiz (I ran out of corn).
 Biltrans Output: ^K’amára<v><tv><pres><perf><p3><sg>/Acabar<vblex><pres><perf><p3><sg>$ ^tsíri<n><sg><obj>/maiz<n><m><sg><obj>/pulga<n><f><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #Acabar #maiz

5.

 Original sentence: Xwánu xwásti tsírini.
 Intended Translation: Juan trajo maiz (Juan brought corn).
 Biltrans Output: ^Xwánu<np><sg>/Juan<np><ant><sg>$ ^xwá<v><tv><pres><perf><p3><sg>/traer<vblex><pres><perf><p3><sg>$ ^tsíri<n><sg><obj>/maiz<n><m><sg><obj>/pulga<n><f><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #Juan #traer #Maiz

6.

 Original sentence: Pyásti tsírini Maríani.
 Intended Translation: El compro Maria maiz (He bought Maria some corn).
 Biltrans Output: ^pyá<v><tv><pres><perf><p3><sg>/comprar<vblex><pres><perf><p3><sg>$ ^tsíri<n><sg><obj>/maiz<n><m><sg><obj>/pulga<n><f><sg><obj>$ ^María<np><sg><obj>/Maria<np><ant><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #comprar #maiz #Maria

7.

 Original sentence: María tumínani k’wanírasti tumpíni.
 Intended Translation: Maria tiró dinero a el niño (Maria threw the money to the boy).
 Biltrans Output: ^María<np><sg>/Maria<np><ant><sg>$ ^tumína<n><sg><obj>/dinero<n><m><sg><obj>$ ^k’waníra<v><tv><pres><perf><p3><sg>/tirar<vblex><pres><perf><p3><sg>$ ^tumpí<n><sg><obj>/niño<n><m><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #Maria #dinero #tirar #niño

8.

 Original sentence: Ewáskani acháatini warini.
 Intended Translation: Robé el hombre de la mujer (I stole the woman's husband).
 Biltrans Output: ^Ewá<v><tv><pres><perf><p1><sg>/Robar<vblex><pres><perf><p1><sg>$ ^acháati<n><sg><obj>/hombre<n><m><sg><obj>$ ^wari<n><sg><obj>/mujer<n><f><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #Robar #hombre #mujer

9.

 Original sentence: T’u intsîkurhiaka tsúntsuni imáni.
 Intended Translation: Tu le daras la olla (You will give the pot away to him/her).
 Biltrans Output: ^*t/*t$’^*u/*u$ ^intsikurhi<v><tv><fut><p1>/dar<vblex><fut><p1>$ ^tsúntsu<n><sg><obj>/olla<n><f><sg><obj>$ ^imá<det><obj>/esa<det><dem><f><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: *t’*u #dar #olla #esa

10.

 Original sentence: Xí piréskani para María.
 Intended Translation: Yo cante para Maria (I sang for Maria).
 Biltrans Output: ^Xí<prn><sg>/Yo<prn><tn><p1><mf><sg><sg>$ ^piré<v><tv><pres><perf><p1><sg>/cantar<vblex><pres><perf><p1><sg>$ ^para<det>/para<pr>$ ^María<np><sg>/Maria<np><ant><sg>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: #Yo #cantar para #Maria

11.

 Original sentence: Acháati wántikusti tsírini.
 Intended Translation: El hombre mató la pulga (The man killed the flea).
 Biltrans Output: ^acháati<n><sg>/hombre<n><m><sg>$ ^wántiku<v><tv><pres><perf><p3><sg>/matar<vblex><pres><perf><p3><sg>$ ^tsíri<n><sg><obj>/maiz<n><m><sg><obj>/pulga<n><f><sg><obj>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
 Translation Output: hombre #matar #pulga

Additions

I added 100 additional stems from the bilingual dictionary that we acquired from Professor Washington. The stems were mainly nouns and verbs as those were the more understandable forms but also included a few adjectives.