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Write a sentence that is true in one language and false in another

Do sentence fragments count? One that comes to mind is a not too uncommon label that might light up on Danish elevator call buttons. In English, thankfully, that statement is untrue. In Danish, all ...
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Write a sentence that is true in one language and false in another

The best I could come up with is accidentally true (it depends on the context of who is writing it). You may also need to play fast and loose with punctuation. "My pot of wat is well here" ...
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19-year old me was into geography

The country whose name is hidden in the grid is: The solved wordsearch grid looks like this: And the full word list (with English equivalents) is: The final answer is revealed by reading off... ...
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Write a sentence that is true in one language and false in another

1=='1' Evaluates to false in more than half of programming languages, evaluates to true in more than half of programming languages with implicit type conversion. (...
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Translation from Tangkhul to English - Linguistics problem

My solution How I got there Looking at the Tangkhul phrases we can notice that The corresponding English translations have a similar feature We can now look at the main root in each phrase as ...
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A Palindrome Challenge

Here's an almost-working example in Spanish, that is somewhat a translation of the answers given here in English and Italian. 'abc', a revés, será 'cba'. It means: 'abc', reversed, will be 'cba'. I ...
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Write a sentence that is true in one language and false in another

"True" sentence in English Translated from German ("False")
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Write a sentence that is true in one language and false in another

Not a real answer, but I VITELLI DEI ROMANI SONO BELLI is a sentence that can be read both as Italian ("Romans' veals are beautiful") and Latin ("Go, Vitellius, following the war sound ...
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Write a sentence that is true in one language and false in another

Probably not a satisfying answer (because the truth value of the sentences depends on the context), but I can't yet comment and this is relevant to the question. There are examples of sentences that ...
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Dessert at Vowelburgers™

The vowel burgers Here are the completed burgers These
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Futuristic navigation

Answer: How does it work: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Notes: Also:
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This bird is so popular, many countries around the world share a name with it

I think that you are referring to Which in but in and in and in and in and in
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