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Where will we meet?
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linked to #185316
  • saeb
  • Mar 18th 2010, 16:44
linked to #373030
linked to #411606
  • timsa
  • Aug 18th 2010, 12:46
linked to #468097
  • Espi
  • Aug 24th 2010, 22:52
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  • Espi
  • Aug 24th 2010, 22:53
linked to #478450
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linked to #1251261
  • duran
  • Nov 23rd 2011, 12:37
linked to #1257295
linked to #1314697
  • Swift
  • Dec 29th 2011, 23:26
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linked to #2112630
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  • PaulP
  • Nov 15th 2014, 23:47
linked to #606393

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Sentence #22448

eng
Where will we meet?

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Comments

Trinkschokolade
4 days ago
I don't think the german sentence and this one match. I suggest unlinking them.
Pfirsichbaeumchen
4 days ago
I don't see why they don't match.
Trinkschokolade
4 days ago
The german sentence asks for the other person's opinon.
The english sentence on the other hand, asks only for the information on where to meet.
tommy_san
4 days ago - edited 4 days ago
You can also use this sentence to start discussing where to meet, can't you?
patgfisher
3 days ago
>The german sentence asks for the other person's opinon.
The english sentence on the other hand, asks only for the information on where to meet.

The English sentence can be interpreted as seeking an opinion from the person or persons this sentence is said to. "We" here = the speaker and one other person, or two or more other people.

>You can also use this sentence to start discussing where to meet, can't you?
Yes, that's a correct assumption.

Trinkschokolade
3 days ago
Thank you for the explanation.

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