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Sentence #220976

この[] 水[みず] は[] いい[] 匂い[におい] が[] する[] 。[]

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May 2nd 2009, 14:42
Je crois qu'il y a un hic entre d'une part le japonais et d'autre part, l'anglais et le français.
ii nioi ga suru = sentir bon.
A moins que l'on puisse dire que qc a bon goùt en disant "ii nioi" mais ca me parait bizarre.
Demande confirmation :3
May 4th 2009, 09:08
Ben faudrait que tu demandes à Kuriki-sensei quand tu la verras parce que moi j'en sais pas plus que toi ^^;

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