Computational Linguistics Olympiads started in Moscow in 1962. Finally in 2007 the US caught up and now we have the NACLO — North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad.
You are given sentences in Niuean language with their translations into English:
- To lele e manu. — The bird will fly.
- Kua fano e tama. — The boy is walking.
- Kua koukou a koe. — You are swimming.
- Kua fano a ia. — He is walking.
- Ne kitia he tama a Sione. — The boy saw John.
- Kua kitia e koe a Pule. — You are seeing Pule.
- To kitia e Sione a ia. — John will see him.
- Ne liti e ia e kulï. — He left the dog.
- Kua kai he kulï e manu. — The dog is eating the bird.
Translate the following sentences into Niuean:
- John swam.
- You will eat the dog.
- Pule is leaving you.
- The bird will see the boy.
- The dog is flying.