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Could somebody tell me what the Japanese text in the screengrab below says? Unfortunately, I only have a picture, not the text itself, and have insufficient knowledge of Japanese to accurately reproduce it as text.

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It says, ポケモンをねかしつけていません. –  Zhen Lin Jan 16 '12 at 10:33
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@Zhen Lin: Google Translate translates that as "Pokemon does not Nekashitsuke". This is not sufficiently well translated. –  Hammerite Jan 16 '12 at 10:43
    
Where is the screengrab ... –  fefe Jan 16 '12 at 11:08
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@Hammerite. Japanese Stack Exchange is not meant for translation requests. Please try other sites or use our Chat function for matters not belonging in the main site (like translations). –  Flaw Jan 16 '12 at 12:05
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You have to know about Pokemon to translate this one. It literally means something like 'You have not got Pokemon to go to sleep'.

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I would have guessed "You don't have any Pokémon resting (here)," actually. –  Zhen Lin Jan 16 '12 at 12:16
    
I don't know Pokemon, so I can only guess. But ねかしつける means 'to put to bed, put to sleep'. Because there is an を here, it means there is an unmentioned subject, but it would probably mean 'you' in the context. –  Bathrobe Jan 17 '12 at 6:00
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