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  • date unknown
What time does it close?
  • date unknown
linked to #187410
  • duran
  • Apr 30th 2011, 22:05
linked to #867586
linked to #1545227
  • Espi
  • Apr 23rd 2012, 00:23
linked to #1545333
linked to #434285
linked to #1545518
  • sugoi
  • Apr 23rd 2012, 18:29
linked to #892292
linked to #1576784
linked to #1610327
linked to #434284
linked to #1725613
linked to #624696

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What time does it close?

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Apr 22nd 2012, 23:45
change: it -> the store ?
Apr 23rd 2012, 00:01
@marcelostockle, i believe that "it" may refer to different things, such as a library, a store, a stadium, a restaurant, etc., so i believe that it's fine to leave it as it is
Apr 23rd 2012, 00:18
This sentence is the original. Also in the Japanese or Italian ones are not referred any place or shop or so.
Apr 23rd 2012, 01:35
mmmm, I haven't read the whole Japanese: "閉店"
mmmm, I think this translation in just fine : )

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