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I didn't like her at first.
  • date unknown
linked to #170429
linked to #331633
He didn't like her at first.
linked to #968482
linked to #968496
  • duran
  • Dec 29th 2011, 19:25
linked to #1328563
linked to #1660422
linked to #2198519
linked to #2770410
linked to #3081631

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Sentence #244055

eng
He didn't like her at first.
ber
Deg tazwara, ur as-teɛjib.
fra
Il ne l'aimait pas au début.
ita
All'inizio lei non gli piaceva.
jpn
彼は彼女を最初は好きではなかった。
彼[かれ] は[] 彼女[かのじょ] を[] 最初[さいしょ] は[] 好き[すき] で[] は[] なかっ[] た[] 。[]
rus
Поначалу она ему не нравилась.
spa
Ella no le gustaba al principio.
spa
A él no le gustaba ella al principio.
tlh
wa'DIch ghaH parHa'be'.
tur
O ilk defa ondan hoşlanmadı.
cmn
他一开始不喜欢她。
他一開始不喜歡她。
tā yī kāishǐ bù xǐhuān tā 。
deu
Er mochte sie anfangs nicht.
epo
Li ne amis ŝin je la komenco.
epo
Li ne ŝatas ŝin unue.
rus
Поначалу он ему не нравился.

Comments

FeuDRenais
Jun 8th 2010, 11:42
Can someone check the Japanese here? Both the Chinese and French have "he", but the English has "I".
blay_paul
Jun 8th 2010, 12:24
Agreed with CK, although 'I' is probably the most likely.

I also don't really like the Japanese sentence.
FeuDRenais
Jun 8th 2010, 12:44
I changed the "I" to a "He" in the English so as to align it with the French (as they were linked).
qahwa
Jun 8th 2010, 13:20
I am a Japanese.
But I don't like the sentences like this without subject as example sentence.
I'm sorry that I'm not good at English.
FeuDRenais
Jun 8th 2010, 13:51
Well, putting the Japanese in the third person form would solve the problem... Right?
qahwa
Jun 8th 2010, 15:51
OK. I did.

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