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Sentence #244787

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He asked after you last night.

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Francis
Feb 8th 2011, 13:14
The English is good in general usage, but it would help in understanding the Japanese to also include an equally normal usage which matches the Japanese [かどうか], namely: [when I spoke to him] last night, he wanted to know whether or not you were [keeping] well.

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