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Sentence #224062

この[] 2[に] 通[つう] の[] 手紙[てがみ] を[] 書い[かい] た[] の[] は[] 誰[だれ] です[] か[] 。[]

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May 29th 2010, 21:16
Is it "Who wrote these two letters?" or "Who is who wrote these two letters?"? :)
May 29th 2010, 21:19
Who wrote these two letters?

looks fine to me.
May 29th 2010, 21:27
Yep I asked because Italian is the second one! Is it good too?
May 29th 2010, 22:11
Er, I'm not sure what the second one means.

Did you mean "Who is it who wrote these two letters?" because if you did, then that's OK.
May 29th 2010, 22:18
yesss but so both are good! thanks!

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