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Either you or I must go in his place. [M]
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Sentence #17831

Either you or I must go in his place.

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Yessefk yiwen seg-neɣ ad yeddu deg wemkan-nnes, d kecc neɣ d nekk.
Entweder du oder ich muss anstatt seiner gehen.
Aŭ vi aŭ mi devos iri anstataŭ li.
Joko sinun tai minun täytyy mennä hänen tilalleen.
Vous ou moi devons y aller à sa place.
君[きみ] か[] 私[わたし] の[] どちら[] か[] が[] 彼[かれ] の[] 代わり[かわり] に[] 行か[いか] なけれ[] ば[] なら[] ない[] 。[]
त्याच्या जागी तुला किंवा मलातरी जायलाच लागेल.
Ya sen ya da ben onun yerine gitmeliyim.
Aŭ vi aŭ mi devos iri tien anstataŭ li.
Albo ty, albo ja musimy iść zamiast niego.