Andrey (azangru) wrote,

A translation of course is incapable of carrying over the intonation, the anger, the pauses of the speakers in any meaningful way. It averages out the speech, and thus improves on the original, making these two sound somewhat less idiotic.

(also, couldn't find the longer translated version, parts of which have been included in the video on the BBC page)

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