Person "heeft geen antwoord" should be "geeft geen antwoord" in dutch.

Person "heeft geen antwoord" should be "geeft geen antwoord" in dutch.
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 Jun 17 2020
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Dutch translation is incorrect.

 

It should be "geeft geen antwoord" instead of "heeft geen antwoord" in dutch.

 

The wrong verb has been used. When "heeft" is used, it would mean that the person did not have an answer. When "geeft" is used it means that the person did not give an answer.

 

Example below.

heeftgeenantwoord.png

 

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@Jan_Coucke Thanks for reporting this. We'll ask the language moderator to review your suggestion and let you know here if we are updating it. 

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@Jan_Coucke The suggestion is outside of our scope currently as we are not making changes in the Lync O16 projects.

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