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24th Feb '17 10:10:21 AM InsaneMystic
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** The Swedish versions of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' and ''WesternAnimation/HandyManny'' do this... with English.

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** The Swedish and the German versions of ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' and ''WesternAnimation/HandyManny'' do this... with English.
22nd Feb '17 5:31:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* VideoGame/GabrielKnight is a ''Schattenjäger'', German for "[[TheHunter shadow hunter]]".

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* VideoGame/GabrielKnight is a ''Schattenjäger'', German for "[[TheHunter "[[HunterOfMonsters shadow hunter]]".
20th Feb '17 6:12:27 AM Chabal2
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* In the ''Comicbook/{{Batman}}'' {{Elseworld}} ''Reign of Terror'', based on ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel'', one rescued aristocrat calls Batman "Monsieur Chauve-Souris" and he replies "Yes, a bat is a kind of 'bald mouse', is he not?" This gets even weirder when you consider that everywhere else in the story, we're meant to understand that characters are speaking French and TranslationConvention is showing it as English (unlike the Pimpernel, this version of Bruce Wayne is French). So Bruce just said "Oui, une chauve-souris est une sorte de 'chauve souris', n'est-ce pas?"

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* In the ''Comicbook/{{Batman}}'' {{Elseworld}} ''Reign of Terror'', based on ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel'', one rescued aristocrat calls Batman "Monsieur Chauve-Souris" and he replies "Yes, a bat is a kind of 'bald mouse', is he not?" This gets even weirder when you consider that everywhere else in the story, we're meant to understand that characters are speaking French and TranslationConvention is showing it as English (unlike the Pimpernel, this version of Bruce Wayne is French). So Bruce just said "Oui, une chauve-souris est une sorte de 'chauve souris', n'est-ce pas?"pas?" "Chauve-souris" is itself an example: the Gauls' word for bat was Cawasorix, owl-mouse, which the Romans heard as Calvasorix, bald mouse.
22nd Jan '17 10:16:08 PM Sammettik
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** Parodied mercilessly in [[http://www.nbc.com/Saturday_Night_Live/video/clips/tv-funhouse-maraka/84996/ this]] ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' cartoon, in which the speaker eventually starts translating every word into ten different languages.

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** Parodied mercilessly in [[http://www.nbc.com/Saturday_Night_Live/video/clips/tv-funhouse-maraka/84996/ this]] a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' cartoon, in which the speaker eventually starts translating every word into ten different languages.
8th Jan '17 4:50:03 PM nombretomado
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* ''UsagiYojimbo,'' does this all the time. ''Usagi'' is written in English however, and the purpose is mainly Stan Sakai attempting to teach his audience the relevant Japanese words. The translation of the word is usually provided in a footnote, at least the first time.

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* ''UsagiYojimbo,'' ''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo,'' does this all the time. ''Usagi'' is written in English however, and the purpose is mainly Stan Sakai attempting to teach his audience the relevant Japanese words. The translation of the word is usually provided in a footnote, at least the first time.
25th Nov '16 1:36:10 PM nombretomado
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* There is a knowledge spirit in ''AvatarTheLastAirBender'' who introduces himself as Wan Shi Tong, "he who knows ten thousand things".

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* There is a knowledge spirit in ''AvatarTheLastAirBender'' ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirBender'' who introduces himself as Wan Shi Tong, "he who knows ten thousand things".
29th Oct '16 10:53:30 PM xenol
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* In the ''{{Franchise/Atelier}}'' series, where the alchemists work was always referred to as "workshop". In ''VideoGame/AtelierEschaAndLogyAlchemistsOfTheDuskSky'', the characters call it "atelier". Atelier is a French word meaning workshop.
18th Sep '16 3:50:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* Almost every other sentence in ''TheTudors''. A character will say something in Latin to another, who will immediately translate it into English. Why are you translating, he knows what it means!

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* Almost every other sentence in ''TheTudors''.''Series/TheTudors''. A character will say something in Latin to another, who will immediately translate it into English. Why are you translating, he knows what it means!
8th Sep '16 10:37:46 AM erforce
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Beowulf 2007}}'', as Grendel's Mother approaches the eponymous hero, she says "Beowulf. Bee wolf. Bear." Considering that she's supposed to be speaking in Old English, she really just said "Beowulf" three times in a row.
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* In ''Film/{{Beowulf 2007}}'', as Grendel's Mother approaches the eponymous hero, she says "Beowulf. Bee wolf. Bear." Considering that she's supposed to be speaking in Old English, she really just said "Beowulf" three times in a row.
5th Sep '16 9:51:08 AM erforce
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--> -- '''Lieutenant Commander Brokosh''', ''Fanfic/RedFireRedPlanet''

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--> -- -->-- '''Lieutenant Commander Brokosh''', ''Fanfic/RedFireRedPlanet''



* In ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'', as Grendel's Mother approaches the eponymous hero, she says "Beowulf. Bee wolf. Bear." Considering that she's supposed to be speaking in Old English, she really just said "Beowulf" three times in a row.

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* In ''Film/{{Beowulf}}'', ''Film/{{Beowulf 2007}}'', as Grendel's Mother approaches the eponymous hero, she says "Beowulf. Bee wolf. Bear." Considering that she's supposed to be speaking in Old English, she really just said "Beowulf" three times in a row.
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