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Some dutch words.

Discussion in 'Bug Reports/Support' started by Stefanvld, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. Stefanvld

    Stefanvld Sr. Mod Staff Member Sr. Moderator

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    Since I'm dutch, I speak a lot of dutch with my dutch buds and I help a lot of dutch people,
    really annoying is, that some normal dutch words *not swearwords* are banned.

    The most annoying ones are:
    Je --> you. May I help you? --> Mag ik je helpen?. Je is banned.
    Het --> the. Het is a dutch article, wich you can say sometimes, but sometimes the system tells you 'Don't say that'.
    Op --> on. Op means on in dutch and is used a lot in dutch sentences. Really annoying because sometime it is very hard to search another fitting preposition.

    Hope you guys could fix this ;3

    Kind regards,

    Stefan ;D
     
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    yup the words are good when there is no word after it HET only is oke but HET is goed is not oke
     
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    also ALS is banned
     
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    I agree, a lot of Dutch words are banned but it's the same with other languages. Although I agree these are really commonly used in Dutch sentences and should be put in chat normally.
    But it's usually not the words themselves but these combined with words behind them.
     
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    We know, but it's kinda annoying if I'm chatting with a dutch guy, and I have to rewrite the whole sentence, just because a word is banned wich shouldn't be banned.
     
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    its very annoying when those words are banned almost every sentence has JE het or something in it
     
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    I know. I'm Dutch too. :p
    The most annoying would be rewriting every sentence, but that's for having less spam too.