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The subtitle produced when goats' horns break off doesn't contain a possessive apostrophe where appropriate and incorrectly capitalizes the word "Horn"
Possessive apostrophes are normally used to indicate possession of a person, place, or thing, however, this isn't present within the subtitle produced when goats' horns break off. Because of this, the affected subtitle is grammatically incorrect. Additionally, the word "Horn" shouldn't be capitalized within this string as in this context, we're referring to the goat's horn and not the goat horn item itself.
Below is a table I've constructed that highlights this error and shows the inconsistency that's present here. You can find information about what the current and expected strings are and would be, along with their translation keys.
Before reading the table, please note the following:
- Words colored in GREEN are correct.
- Words colored in RED are incorrect.
|Translation Key||Current Subtitle||Expected Subtitle|
|subtitles.entity.panda.pre_sneeze||Panda's nose tickles||Panda's nose tickles|
|subtitles.entity.warden.heartbeat||Warden's heart beats||Warden's heart beats|
|subtitles.entity.warden.tendril_clicks||Warden's tendrils click||Warden's tendrils click|
|subtitles.entity.goat.horn_break||Goat Horn breaks off||Goat's horn breaks off|
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- Take note as to whether or not the subtitle produced when goats' horns break off doesn't contain a possessive apostrophe where appropriate and incorrectly capitalizes the word "Horn".
A possessive apostrophe isn't present and the word "Horn" is incorrectly capitalized.
A possessive apostrophe would be present and the word "Horn" wouldn't be capitalized.