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New rule proposed for Italian


(Roberto Savelli) #1

Sometimes while revising my own or a colleague's translations I spot a repeated auxiliary. This is not a style problem but rather an editing error (the translator changed her mind about some phrasing but then forgot to delete some words after the correction has been made). However, I find itʼs quite common and perhaps it justifies a new rule. Here it is:

<!-- Italian rule, 2016-04-08 -->
<rule id="DOPPIO_VERBO_AUSILIARE_TERZA_PERSONA" name="Doppio verbo ausiliare terza persona">
 <pattern>
  <token postag='AUX:ind+pres+3+p'></token>
  <token postag='AUX:ind+pres+3+p'></token>
 </pattern>
 <message>La frase contiene un verbo ausiliare ripetuto</message>
 <short>Verbo ausiliare ripetuto</short>
 <example correction=''>non <marker>sono vengono</marker> preparate con le tecnologie e le infrastrutture adatte</example>
 <example>non vengono preparate con le tecnologie e le infrastrutture adatte</example>
</rule>

(Daniel Naber) #2

Thanks, I've added this rule to the category Grammatica - Verbi.


(Paolo Bianchini) #3

Thanks Roberto, the rule looks good and helpful to me.
Paolo