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日が短くなってきた。
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Sentence #122949

jpn
日が短くなってきた。
日[にち] が[] 短く[みじかく] なっ[] て[] き[] た[] 。[]

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sacredceltic
Jul 8th 2012, 22:03
draw in => get longer

han vuelto cortos => get shorter


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marcelostockle
Jul 8th 2012, 22:20
短い = short
短くなる = get short
短くなってきた = have gotten short
日が短くなってきた = the days have gotten short
Pfirsichbaeumchen
Jul 8th 2012, 22:20
'The days are drawing in' also means 'The days are getting shorter'. This sentence here actually means 'The days have become shorter', fitting the German sentence.
sacredceltic
Jul 8th 2012, 22:27
you're actually right,, sorry !

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