"La bildo estis farita el punktoj."

Translation:The picture was made of dots.

September 3, 2015



Does this sentance imply that tge picture nolonger excists. Ĉu ĉi tiu frazo implicas ke la bildo ne plu eksistas

August 19, 2016


They're certainly not accepting "is" in place of "was" for the English sentence, so you must be correct.

July 5, 2018


For "The picture was made of dots", would "La bildo fariĝis el punktoj" work?

I guess I'm not sure when to use the "estas -ita" form versus the "-iĝas" form. Can anyone clarify?

September 3, 2015


As I understand it the -igx- ending means "to become", so that sentence would mean the picture "became" made out of dots, which doesn't make much sense.

October 16, 2015


I love the mental image of a picture make out of punks.

November 11, 2016


I still don't understand the way past participles work. I mean, if I'm trying to say that the picture was made, why couldn't I say either 'la bildo estas farita' (meaning the picture has been made, the picture is currently in the state of having been made in the past) or 'la bildo estis farata' (meaning the picture was being made). Because with both the auxiliary 'esti' and the participle in the past, it sounds to me like 'the picture had been made', like implying there's anoter point of reference in the past.

August 14, 2018
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