Every day at least 100 people lose a family member or friend to suicide.

Japanese translation: 毎日少なくとも100人のひとが自殺で家族や友人を亡くしています。   

00:55 Nov 15, 2008
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Medical - Psychology
English term or phrase: Every day at least 100 people lose a family member or friend to suicide.
I realize that this is a solemn subject, but I need to do this for my Speech class and I would like this in both Romaji and Kana/Kanji.

This would be for a Public Service Announcement.
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Japanese translation:毎日少なくとも100人のひとが自殺で家族や友人を亡くしています。   
Explanation:
Hey, good luck on your speech. In roma-ji, it goes like "Mai-nichi suku-naku-tomo hyaku-nin no hito ga jisatsu de kazoku ya yu-jin wo nakushi-te-imasu." Jisatsu, as you may already know, means "suicide" in Japanese.
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5 +1毎日少なくとも100人のひとが自殺で家族や友人を亡くしています。   
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every day at least 100 people lose a family member or friend to suicide.
毎日少なくとも100人のひとが自殺で家族や友人を亡くしています。   


Explanation:
Hey, good luck on your speech. In roma-ji, it goes like "Mai-nichi suku-naku-tomo hyaku-nin no hito ga jisatsu de kazoku ya yu-jin wo nakushi-te-imasu." Jisatsu, as you may already know, means "suicide" in Japanese.

Kazuhiko
Local time: 22:53
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
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