Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Siri handles expressions of love in Mandarin too

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(Updated with translation)

This is what happens when you say to Siri "I love you" in Mandarin (thanks to Thye Chean, whose young daughter declared her love for Siri repeatedly... ).


Here's the translation, thanks to iMerlion reader xiaocai:

" I love you"

This is impossible.


"I love you"

How much? We should get back to business.


"I love you"

I guess you love my appearance.


"I love you"

But you haven't really gotten to know me yet.

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5 comments:

xiaocai said...

" I love you"
This is impossible.
" I love you"
How much? We should get back to business.
" I love you"
I guess you love my appearance.
" I love you"
but you haven't really known me yet,

Jimmy Yap said...

Thanks!

vincent yee said...

Looking back at this post, it seems that siri has a spelling mistake. I think instead of “多些” she meant to say “多謝”. which is thank you very much. Just my 2 cents worth.

Jimmy Yap said...

I'll have to take your word for it!

dina newman said...

SIRI may also include gps tracking for its next evolution in the said to be unveiled iPhone 5S sometime this year.