"Mereka ada di urutan sebelas."

Translation:They are on number eleven.

August 30, 2018



"in the eleventh position" should be accepted.

August 30, 2018


Difficult, as I asked my husband for the meaning. It is very context dependant. By itself you can use it to mean "They are on number eleven...of the quiz" "They are on number eleven....Blaba Street." "They are on number eleven...for the queue"

September 5, 2018


Hmm...in that case, I think "in/at" should also be accepted alongside "on".

October 5, 2018


I also think "at" should be accepted. Like when commenting on ranking. "My website is at number eleven on Google", "My song is at number eleven in the charts", etc.

October 15, 2018


Agreed. They are at number eleven bla bla street. They are eleventh in the queue. they are up to number eleven in the quiz. These make sense to me. not those examples above.

December 18, 2018


"They are in eleventh position" would be the common way to say this where I come from.

December 18, 2018


This sentence doesn’t have much meaning without a context

October 26, 2018


It has a full stop at the end so it is meant to be a complete sentence, not part of one. In that case it looks like gibberish to me, not English.

December 18, 2018


That is how they say it -- they are in eleventh place or they are in the eleventh position. Personally, I like to see literal translations as it helps with my understanding of the grammar and how people talk about things. Language is never always literally translatable, each has quirks. The trick is to understand what this phrase means in context. What is missing here is the context -- which is why we have these comments :-)

December 28, 2018


It's not clear what this means. On train number eleven? That's the only thing that comes to mind.

November 5, 2018


they are in number 11..should be accepted.

January 28, 2019


Could somebody please explain to me the difference between being in the 11 th position and on the 11th position ?

February 5, 2019
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