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My room is on the 5th floor.

Japanese translation: 私の部屋は5階にあります。

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15:56 Nov 16, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: My room is on the 5th floor.
Just "My room is on the 5th floor".- Thanks!
Marianne
Japanese translation:私の部屋は5階にあります。
Explanation:
”Watashi no heya ha gokai ni arimasu."
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nonka
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4 +3私の部屋は5階にあります。nonka


  

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私の部屋は5階にあります。


Explanation:
”Watashi no heya ha gokai ni arimasu."

nonka
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agree  J_R_Tuladhar: Please note that the "ha" is pronounced "wa" in Japanese.
18 mins

agree  kotobuki
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agree  preeti_k
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