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アジアでは男性はいつも女性の前を歩く。
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CK - Jan 29th 2013, 14:01
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WestofEden - Sep 4th 2013, 17:27
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WestofEden - Sep 4th 2013, 17:35
この国では男性はいつも女性の前を歩く。

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Sentence #234486

jpn
この国では男性はいつも女性の前を歩く。
この[コノ] 国[クニ] で[デ] は[ハ] 男性[ダンセイ] は[ハ] いつも[イツモ] 女性[ジョセイ] の[ノ] 前[マエ] を[ヲ] 歩く[アルク] 。[。]

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  1. Jan 29th 2013, 13:04
    I'd suggest changing
    いつも
    or unlinking
  2. Sep 4th 2013, 17:27
    Asia is a big place. Would this work if Asia was replaced by Japan?
  3. Sep 4th 2013, 17:34
    I don't know if this is accurate, but I found this: "In public, some women in Omiya still walk a few steps behind their husbands on the narrow, winding slivers of pavement that pass for streets, the women careful not to offend a man's dignity by stepping on his shadow." http://www.nytimes.com/1996/06/...all&src=pm
  4. Sep 4th 2013, 17:37
    > この国では
    Good idea. ^^
  5. Sep 4th 2013, 17:43
    Yes, no more quarrels. Have you ever heard something about not walking on a man's shadow? Seems a bit crazy to me.
  6. Sep 4th 2013, 17:45
    > Have you ever heard something about not walking on a man's shadow?
    No...
  7. Sep 4th 2013, 17:49
    That article seems to be full of misinformation and cliches about Japan.

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