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Well-formed output in machine translation

Machine translation

Is the output grammatical or well-formed in the target language? Using an interlingua should be helpful in this regard, because with a fixed interlingua one should be able to write a grammatical mapping to the target language from the interlingua. Consider the following Arabic language input and English language translation result from the Google translator as of 27 December 2006 [1]. This Google translator output doesn’t parse using a reasonable English grammar:

وعن حوادث التدافع عند شعيرة رمي الجمرات -التي كثيرا ما يسقط فيها العديد من الضحايا- أشار الأمير نايف إلى إدخال “تحسينات كثيرة في جسر الجمرات ستمنع بإذن الله حدوث أي تزاحم”. ==> And incidents at the push Carbuncles-throwing ritual, which often fall where many of the victims – Prince Nayef pointed to the introduction of “many improvements in bridge Carbuncles God would stop the occurrence of any competing.”

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