User talk:Lpachuau

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Welcome[edit source]

Welcome to the Wikimedia Incubator! At the right there are some important links, and here are some tips and info:

  • If you haven't created a user page yet, please create one with for example babel templates on it.
  • You can select your interface language in your preferences.
  • If you make articles, templates or categories, don't forget to add a prefix!
  • If your knowledge of English is good, you can help with translating pages to other language you know, so more people can understand it!
  • If you want to translate the interface, please go to Betawiki, create an account and follow the instructions you will see.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask it on my talk page.

Greetings, --Chabi 07:08, 13 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Thank you![edit source]

Thank you Chabi, i'll start working on it.

I can translate the user interfaces from English to Mizo (Lushai), and I already sign-up to the Betawiki.

--Mizoram Tan! 15:42, 13 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Request for Help, please[edit source]

Greetings Lpachuau,

Nice to meet you.

Could you kindly help me translate this article into the lovely Lushai (Mizo) language? Please.

The "True Jesus Church" is an independent church that was established in Beijing, China in 1917. Today, there are approximately 2.5 million members in forty eight countries and six continents. The church belongs to the Pentecostal group of Christianity that emerged during the early twentieth century. Since 1932, the church was established in India. They aim to preach the gospel to all nations before the Second Coming of Jesus. The ten main beliefs of the church are:

  1. Holy Spirit
  2. Baptism
  3. Feet Washing
  4. Holy Communion
  5. Sabbath Day
  6. Jesus Christ
  7. The Bible
  8. Salvation
  9. The church
  10. Final Judgement

Your help would be very Gratefully Appreciated, Thankyou very much. --Jose77 09:44, 14 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Eng nge Krista Kohhran Dik hi?[edit source]

"Krista Kohhran Dik" hi mahnia ding Kohhran kum 1917-a Beijing, China-a din a ni. Tunah hian mi leh sa maktaduaih 2.5 vel khawmualpui paruka ram sawmli leh pariatah an awm mek a. He kohhran hi Thlarau hruaia kal (penticostal) niin kum zabi sawmhnihna tir lama lo piang chhuak kha a ni. 1932 khan India-ah pawh din ţan a ni. An tum ber chu Isua Lokal Vawi Hnihna hmaa hnam zawng zawngte hnena Chanchinţha hril a ni. He Kohhran thurin sawmte chu:

  1. Thlarau Thianghlim
  2. Baptisma
  3. Ke Sil
  4. Inpawlna Thianghlim
  5. Sabbath Ni
  6. Isua Krista
  7. Pathian Lehkhabu Thianghlim
  8. Chhandamna
  9. Kohhran
  10. Ni Kin Nia Rorelna

--Mizoram Tan! 18:18, 14 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Gratitude[edit source]

THANKYOU SO MUCH Lpachuau for your Outstading Translation effort!
I am overwhelmed with gratitude.
May God Bless you and may the Mizo Incubator project prosper and become a real Wikipedia one day!
(If you have any questions regarding Wikimedia Incubator, then you can ask me or one of the other Administrators).
Yours Sincerely, --Jose77 00:00, 15 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Please, could you translate the following articles onto Lushai (Mizo) language?[edit source]

Almazán is a municipality located in the province of Soria, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 5,755 inhabitants.

The Book of Mormon is a sacred text of the churches of the Latter Day Saint movement. It was first published in March 1830 by Joseph Smith, Jr. as The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi. --Chabi 18:42, 14 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Almazán[edit source]

Almazán hi municipality pakhat Spain rama Soria, Castile leh León rambungtea awm a ni. 2004 chhiarpui (INE)-a a landan chuan he municipality chhungah hian mi 5,755 an cheng a ni. --Mizoram Tan! 02:38, 15 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Mawrmawna Lehkhabu[edit source]

Mawrmawna Lehkhabu hi Latter Day Saint beihpui thlaktu kohhrante lehkhabu thianghlim a ni. Kum 1830 Vauthla khan Joseph Smith, Jr. chuan Mawrmawna Lehkhabu: Nephi Ziahchhantea ţanga Lak Ziahchhante chunga Mawrmawna Kuta Ziak Hrilhfiahna tiin a vawi khatnaa tan a chhuah a ni. --Mizoram Tan! 02:38, 15 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Interface translation[edit source]

According to the Wikimedia Language proposal policy, it is a requirement that these 500 most used interface messages need to be translated into Mizo.

Good luck with the translation! --Jose77 05:07, 15 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Other translations[edit source]

Hi! I'm Chabi. Thanks for your translations. I don't speak Mizo language but, if you need help, I could make articles here about villages, put templates and things like that. Could you please translate to me the following sentences and names?

Spain (Spanish:España) or the Kingdom of Spain (Spanish: Reino de España), is a country located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula.

Castile and León (Spanish: Castilla y León), known formally as the Community of Castile and León is one of the seventeen autonomous communities of Spain. It covers an area of 94,223 km² with an official population of 2.5 million (2005).

Aragon (Spanish and Aragonese: "Aragón", Catalan: "Aragó") is an autonomous community of Spain. Located in northeastern Spain, the region comprises three provinces from north to south: Huesca, Zaragoza, and Teruel. Its capital is Zaragoza.

Catalonia (Catalan: Catalunya; Spanish: Cataluña; Aranese Catalonha) is an Autonomous Community in northeast Spain.

Greece is a country located in Europe.

France, Italy, Germany, Russia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Austria, Malta.

I know this list is a bit long, but I'll could do a lot of articles with that.

Thanks for your help. --Chabi 08:00, 15 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Re:Administrator for Mizo Wikipedia[edit source]

Hi Lpachuau,

You can request for temporary Administrator priviledges here. However, the test project must have a minimum of 50 articles. --Jose77 08:03, 15 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

More translation request[edit source]

Please, could you translate the following words?

Vital articles

Art[edit source]

  1. Architecture B-Class article
  2. Art B-Class article
  3. Film C-Class article
  4. Music B-Class article
  5. Performing arts B-Class article
  6. Sculpture C-Class article
  7. Visual arts Start-Class article

Geography articles[edit source]

  1. Africa B-Class article
  2. Asia B-Class article
  3. City B-Class article
  4. Country C-Class article
  5. Earth Featured article
  6. Europe B-Class article
  7. Geography C-Class article
  8. Mountain C-Class article
  9. North America B-Class article
  10. Ocean B-Class article
  11. River C-Class article
  12. South America B-Class article
  13. Universe B-Class article Unknown

History articles[edit source]

  1. Civilization B-Class article
  2. History C-Class article
  3. History of science B-Class article Unknown
  4. History of the world B-Class article Unknown

Language articles[edit source]


  1. Book B-Class article
  2. Language B-Class article
  3. Linguistics B-Class article
  4. Literature C-Class article
  5. Word Start-Class article
  6. Writing Start-Class article

Life articles[edit source]


  1. Clothing C-Class article
  2. Death B-Class article
  3. Emotion C-Class article
  4. Entertainment Unknown
  5. Food B-Class article
  6. House C-Class article
  7. Job (role) Unknown
  8. Life B-Class article
  9. Personal life Start-Class article
  10. Popular culture C-Class article
  11. Race (classification of human beings) B-Class article Unknown
  12. Sex B-Class article
  13. Sleep B-Class article
  14. Time C-Class article

Mathematics articles[edit source]

  1. Arithmetic B-Class article
  2. Geometry B-Class article
  3. Mathematics Good article
  4. Measurement Start-Class article
  5. Number B-Class article

Philosophy articles[edit source]

  1. Knowledge C-Class article
  2. Logic B-Class article
  3. Metaphysics B-Class article
  4. Mind B-Class article
  5. Morality Start-Class article
  6. Mythology B-Class article
  7. Philosophy B-Class article
  8. Religion B-Class article

Science articles[edit source]

  1. Animal B-Class article
  2. Atom Featured article
  3. Bacteria Featured article
  4. Biology B-Class article Unknown
  5. Cell (biology) Good article
  6. Chemical element B-Class article
  7. Chemistry B-Class article
  8. Climate Good article
  9. Earth science C-Class article
  10. Energy B-Class article
  11. Human B-Class article Unknown
  12. Light B-Class article
  13. Matter B-Class article
  14. Medicine C-Class article
  15. Nature Good article
  16. Organism B-Class article
  17. Physics B-Class article Unknown
  18. Plant B-Class article
  19. Science B-Class article
  20. Sound B-Class article Unknown
  21. Water B-Class article Unknown

Society articles[edit source]

  1. Business C-Class article
  2. Community Good article
  3. Crime C-Class article Unknown
  4. Culture C-Class article Unknown
  5. Cuisine Start-Class article
  6. Education B-Class article
  7. Family C-Class article
  8. Government C-Class article
  9. Law Featured article
  10. Money B-Class article
  11. Politics B-Class article Unknown
  12. Social sciences C-Class article
  13. Society Start-Class article
  14. War B-Class article

Technology level-2 vital articles (8)[edit source]

  1. Agriculture B-Class article
  2. Electronics B-Class article
  3. Fire B-Class article
  4. Engineering B-Class article
  5. Internet B-Class article
  6. Technology C-Class article
  7. Telecommunication Good article
  8. Transport B-Class article

Thanks for your help. This are the Vital articles every Wikipedia should have.

I'm going to need more time --Mizoram Tan! 18:19, 15 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Wp/lus[edit source]

Whenever you create a new article, it needs to be categorised as:


This would automatically add it unto the article counter.

--Jose77 03:19, 17 June 2009 (UTC)[reply]