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    Ol' T.S.

    㹡Ѻ͡駢ͧä .㹤駹 ٨ҾѧӹҨԧ سѡԳ Թѵ д¡ѧԹͧسѡԳ շҧҺ ...

    The PPPs success in this election proves that the real forcethe one with all the poweris Thaksin Chinawatra. Whether the PPP used Thaksins money or not, well never know. But...

    right? not right?

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    Re: Ol' T.S.

    Quote Originally Posted by roni View Post
    㹡Ѻ͡駢ͧä .㹤駹 ٨ҾѧӹҨԧ سѡԳ Թѵ д¡ѧԹͧسѡԳ շҧҺ ...

    The PPP’s success in this election proves that the real force—the one with all the power—is Thaksin Chinawatra. Whether the PPP used Thaksin’s money or not, we’ll never know. But...

    right? not right?
    looks pretty good to me, just a pedantic point:

    * д¡ѧԹͧسѡԳ...
    there is some vagueness in this sentence, so you could try to preserve it in your translation eg. 'whether it was via his monetary power, we have no way of knowing, but...'

    all the best

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    Re: Ol' T.S.

    yeah, i was trying to figure out the best way of representing that....
    "Whether it was the result of Thaksin's money..."
    "Whether Thaksin's money was the driving force...."
    "Whether they owe their sucess to Thaksin's money..."
    It's tough to decide what matches the tone best.

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    Re: Ol' T.S.

    Quote Originally Posted by roni View Post
    yeah, i was trying to figure out the best way of representing that....
    "Whether it was the result of Thaksin's money..."
    "Whether Thaksin's money was the driving force...."
    "Whether they owe their sucess to Thaksin's money..."
    It's tough to decide what matches the tone best.
    you've got some good options there. the choice would no doubt become easier once we look at the rest of the sentence.

    all the best.

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