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i will see you soon

Japanese translation: Mata chikai uchi (ni) aou ne

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English term or phrase:i will see you soon
Japanese translation:Mata chikai uchi (ni) aou ne
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11:40 Sep 30, 2006
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Computers (general)
English term or phrase: i will see you soon
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dan
Mata chikai uchi (ni) aou ne
Explanation:
This is a fairly casual way of saying "Let's meet/see each other again soon."

The (ni) can be omitted although is better gramatically if included.
It's pronounced fairly phonetically: the 'aou' sounds like the 'a' in 'star' followed by a long 'o' sound similar to the 'o' in 'more'.....

If that's too tricky, you could also just say "Mata ne," which means "See you!"

Good luck!
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KathyT
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3 +2Mata chikai uchi (ni) aou ne
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Mata chikai uchi (ni) aou ne


Explanation:
This is a fairly casual way of saying "Let's meet/see each other again soon."

The (ni) can be omitted although is better gramatically if included.
It's pronounced fairly phonetically: the 'aou' sounds like the 'a' in 'star' followed by a long 'o' sound similar to the 'o' in 'more'.....

If that's too tricky, you could also just say "Mata ne," which means "See you!"

Good luck!

KathyT
Australia
Local time: 02:59
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Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 6
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Asker: thank you very much for your help :)


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agree  Can Altinbay: Works for me.
19 hrs
  -> Thanks, Can :-)

agree  conejo
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