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Mr Kato teaches us English.
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brauliobezerra - Apr 20th 2010, 00:36
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Pharamp - Apr 29th 2010, 17:27
Mr. Kato teaches us English.
Pharamp - Apr 29th 2010, 17:44
Mr Kato teaches us English.
fucongcong - May 18th 2010, 17:06
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fucongcong - May 18th 2010, 17:06
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boracasli - Mar 11th 2011, 11:07
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yoeluru - Apr 26th 2011, 00:43
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marcelostockle - Feb 21st 2012, 06:05
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Deerhound - Oct 18th 2013, 14:08
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Pharamp - Jan 29th 2014, 08:53
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Pharamp - Jan 29th 2014, 08:53
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Pharamp - Jan 29th 2014, 08:53
Mr. Kato teaches us English.
CK - 18 day(s) ago
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Sentence #24405

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Mr. Kato teaches us English.

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blay_paul
Apr 29th 2010, 17:41
Argh, it's catching. ;-)

In British English (and most of the rest of the commonwealth, e.g. Australia, etc.) Mr, Mrs, Dr, and so on do not have the .

The . is standard after Mr., Mrs., Dr., etc. in the U.S. and in Canada (or so I hear - I guess Canada sold out :-P

Tatoeba is not specific so Mr does _not_ need correcting to Mr. unless the sentence is clearly American English.

Noting sentences as specifically American / British English is not done as yet, but could be implemented later through meta data or by different flags.
Pharamp
Apr 29th 2010, 17:44
done :)
Pharamp
Apr 29th 2010, 17:44
(and thanks for the explanation, it's always very interesting^^)

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