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君がいなくてとても寂しい。
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qahwa - Aug 15th 2010, 19:07
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qahwa - Aug 15th 2010, 19:07
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CK - Oct 16th 2013, 11:34
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Sentence #179197

jpn
君がいなくてとても寂しい。
君[きみ] が[] い[] なく[] て[] とても[] 寂しい[さびしい] 。[]

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Showcmn
我非常想你。
我非常想你。
wǒ fēicháng xiǎng nǐ 。
Showcmn
我很掛念你。
我很挂念你。
wǒ hěn guàniàn nǐ 。
Showjpn
あなたがとても恋しい。
あなた[] が[] とても[] 恋しい[こいしい] 。[]
Showyue
我好掛住你。
ngo⁵ hou² gwaa³ zyu⁶ nei⁵ 。

Comments

Pharamp
Apr 22nd 2010, 22:58
French and Italian are past, English is present. What about Japanese?
qahwa
Aug 15th 2010, 19:10
Japanese is present.
CK
CK
Oct 16th 2013, 11:37
>French and Italian are past, English is present. What about Japanese?


If the French is past, it should perhaps be unlinked from this one and linked to...

I missed you so much!
http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show/2793558

(I personally wouldn't use an exclamation mark on that kind of English sentence when it's an "out of context" English example sentence.
Pfirsichbaeumchen
Oct 16th 2013, 11:41
The French is present.

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