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Unformatted text preview: Joseph Song FSEM 140 Task #1: T ranslation Spanish pun jokes English translation P: ¿Qué dijo el numero 18 al numero dos? R: Vente conmigo! (or veinte conmigo) Q: What did number eighteen say to number two? A: Come with me! (or Twenty with me!) Un tipo y una mujer en la playa:- Y usted, no nada nada?- No traje traje. A man and a woman at the beach:- And do you not swim?- I didn’t bring a swimming suit. P: ¿Quién es el santo patrón de zapatos? R: San Dalia. Q: Who is the patron saint of shoes? A: Saint Dalia. P: ¿Por qué son los peces los animales más perezosos? R: ¿Que hace un pez? ¡Nada! Q: Why are fish lazy animals? A: What do fish do? Nothing! P: ¿Como son una manzana y un tren similares? R: ¡Ningún es pera / espera! Q: How are an apple and a train similar? A: None of them waits! For my task, I decided to translate some Spanish pun jokes into English since I figured I would have trouble translating it. Although it was not too hard to translate the wording of the joke from Spanish to English, I would have to say that I have mainly failed in...
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