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I live in a dorm.

Japanese translation: 私は寮に住んでいます。

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13:35 Nov 16, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Education / Pedagogy / student
English term or phrase: I live in a dorm.
Just the phrase
'I live in a dorm.'
Marianne
Japanese translation:私は寮に住んでいます。
Explanation:
The phrase is pronounced as:

"Watashi wa ryou ni sunde imasu."

If you want to specify the dorm is for students, you can say "学生寮 (gakusei ryou)" instead of "ryou."

I hope this will help.
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nonka
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4 +2私は寮に住んでいます。nonka


  

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私は寮に住んでいます。


Explanation:
The phrase is pronounced as:

"Watashi wa ryou ni sunde imasu."

If you want to specify the dorm is for students, you can say "学生寮 (gakusei ryou)" instead of "ryou."

I hope this will help.

nonka
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