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"Hello, I live in Tokyo"


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09:08 Mar 6, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: "Hello, I live in Tokyo"
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nahai(english HI), watasi wa Tokyo ni sunde imas.Dmitri Kokorev



16 hrs
hai(english HI), watasi wa Tokyo ni sunde imas.

The phrase can be translated
in many different ways, because
in Japanese there are many complications
Ohayo, boku/ore/wasi(in case man's saying) ha Tokyo ni sunde iru(sunde oru/
sunde orimas.
Everything depends on context

Dmitri Kokorev
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