aldeayeah wrote:s101, Arcueid Route Day 4 - The Black Beast (II)
"There's no need. It can't be helped, even if I am fighting a Dead Apostle.
What does 世界と同化する ("becoming one with the World"?) mean here? Arc drawing strength from nature?
I thought it was something along the lines of:
"There's no need. Even if I get powered up by the World by fighting a highly ranked Dead Apostle, it can't be helped."
...Well, or something less convoluted, I hope. Bleh. I'm not sure at all about this one. Curse my lousy Japanese.
...Sorry, perhaps I shouldn't have posted this in this thread at all.
Changed to: There's no point in becoming one with the world just to fight a Dead Apostle.
Aladar wrote:I hope I didn't missed this one, I ran it through search and it didnt found nothing (this thread is quite long to read sentence by sentence ^^; ), anyway -
Ciel's route (at least should be, I didn't go 100% by the walktrough)
a bit after answer "No, I won't cooperate."
"There's only two choices. You cooperate with me, or you don't"
i think it should be "There are only two choices. You will cooperate with me, or you (im not sure about this ... "will not"?)
I'm not much good in english grammar (as you can see from my post), so ignore me, if I suggested that second part wrong )
When "there's" is used as a contraction, it is acceptable to pair it with a plural. In other words, it is fine as it is.