Waray and English

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Note: Developed resources for Waray and English

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war → eng evaluation

Monolingual transducer coverage: 935 / 1401 (~0.66738044254104211278)

Bilingual transducer coverage: 664 / 1366 (~0.48609077598828696925)

Sentence Analysis

Sentence 1

Mata ini.
Intended translation: This is an eye.
Lexical transfer: ^Matá<n>/Eye<n>$ ^ini<det><dem>/this<det><dem><sg>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
Full translation: this is an Eye.

Sentence 2

Ini an mga lingkúran.
Intended translation: These are chairs.
Lexical transfer: ^Ini<det><dem>/This<det><dem><sg>$ ^an<det><nom>/the<det><def>$ ^mga<det><pl>/$ ^lingkúran<n>/chair<n>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
Full translation: These are the chairs.

Sentence 3

Daku an klase.
Intended translation: The class is big.
Lexical transfer: ^Daku<adj>/Big<adj><sint>$ ^an<det><nom>/the<det><def>$ ^kláse<n>/class<n>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
Full translation: the class is Big.

Sentence 4

Iton anmga lapis.
Intended translation: Those are pencils.
Lexical transfer: ^Iton<det><dem>/That<det><dem><sg>$ ^an<det><nom>/the<det><def>$ ^mga<det><pl>/$ ^lápis<n>/pencil<n>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
Full translation: Those are the pencils.

Sentence 5

Simbahan ito.
Intended translation: That is a church.
Lexical transfer: ^Simbahan<n>/Church<n>$ ^iton<det><dem>/that<det><dem><sg>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
Full translation: that is a Church.

Sentence 6

Makuri an leksyon.
Intended translation: The lesson is difficult.
Lexical transfer: ^Makurî<adj>/Difficult<adj>$ ^an<det><nom>/the<det><def>$ ^leksyon<n>/lesson<n>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
Full translation: the lesson is Difficult.

Sentence 7

Puno an baso.
Intended translation: The glass is full.
Lexical transfer: ^puno<adj>/full<adj><sint>$ ^an<det><nom>/the<det><def>$ ^báso<n>/glass<n>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
Full translation: the glass is Full.

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