Dec 25, 2011

Fad medar nayn sateijk

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Fad medar nayn sateijk



Nillae neste wød ømedø kedsever yfod lasuritt ti sayn tedaeth nif pifo neste thanesende: 


(1) fad lenå nayn fad endyv, 


(2) fad areke tingik lade nayn fad dyrinaddyr beni, sayn nen, nayn fad mele, beni


(3) fad kudu nayn iger.


Melsy beøor pålinu neste fad eneres kij menudi eko tingik ner neste fad nelede safaijk. Nayn adyri, fad eko nayn eda endyv ømedø deta yfod val riawiitt eno fad ner,  beni ner neste eforaeshende alyn eno eko; fejo neste shernefo melsy fad eko neste nayn hyre safaijk, beni neste gaten fad ner astenge yfod avo eda shitef etil. Ti isen, neste fad Aynur lâwu fad Nod, sidayn wedev lenset deni enaethedir, fad kanen nayn fad endyv elali debed seri nayn ner. Lâwu fad thec liandefi, shernefo nayn fad afig idyren nayn fad Tera Rafa eshe aynerisk fodipitt kij læa eda ame geled dyregi “rianan elsed”:



A still greater degree of adaptation is likely to occur in a translation which has an imperative purpose. Here the translator feels constrained not merely to suggest a possible line of behavior, but to make such an action explicit and compelling. He is not content to translate in such a way that the people are likely to understand; rather, he insists that the translation must be so clear that no one can possibly misunderstand.


Fejo addyrorod fad evere nayn eda endyv ifo beøor sera neste tilero kij fad nedre rolat iger. Ti isen,  fad idedø thepå nayn fad bauré eteb nayn Ugwæ, fal eda reedt seraf digegwynitt fad rogi neste eda seddy gweme, neste ateende kij yron iger, fejo kij aelenael jele sheke cynes fad dara ygayn teø fad aynur lâwu fad nod. Beni addyrorod fad bauré eteb etogef fad aynur lâwu fad nod teø blere gyd ak ararth “edelil jele serhygwynitt” tanaf. Gaa fad dara esom, nayn adyri, fad Aynur lâwu fad Nod sheke allerie ygayn kij ense eteb ak mes shernefo siof neste Levitika:



A translation of dynamic equivalence aims at complete naturalness of expression, and tries to relate the receptor to modes of behavior relevant within the context of his own culture; it does not insist that he understand the cultural patterns of the source-language context in order to comprehend the message. Of course, there are varying degrees of such dynamic-equivalence translations.



Neste ifen deneh neste aynerisk eda allerie detich nayn rewijk fep dyregi ocynen ak ike ebel stid neste efob.


Cynes sidinark eko neste enera oninitt neste sateijk nayn eda gralan, fejo fad eko neste enera idenitt teê wedev dyregi ingerør.


Naethe ringutil ømedø ike daeler anaether eko beni ner neste eda sateijk, beni elemyr neste anatu fad ner neste eeno oninitt ti fad soge nayn fad eko. Lâwu fad thec liandefi, eda reris gralan regeitt teø efob neste cynes yron dryser ionere nayn fad ladset. Anyt jele ifo daeler fad bere eko, jele ise elali ocha nayn netanende fad ondae doleen beni "flavor".


Efa, fad thanesende nayn shernefo dite nayn ifen sayn efob ifo yfod edsetitt sayn lenset idids seri.


Ti isen, Homera ithil ifen eteritt neste saelil enebe ner eeno firnan kij beria maten beni eforaeshende nayn fad dayne beni heder eda nayn Homera site. Ike meg neste sidinark somiode eshe cynes ioveitt kij erænende derillir sigi kij beria neste enebe ner. Neste evar ene addyrob elolaynijk wyderayn opel eshe depitt neste efob.





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