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The man to whom I spoke was a German, not an American.
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The man to whom I spoke was a German, not an American.

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Der Mann, mit dem ich gesprochen habe, war Deutscher, nicht Amerikaner.
L'homme à qui j'ai parlé était allemand, pas américain.
私[わたし] が[] 話しかけ[はなしかけ] た[] 人[ひと] は[] アメリカ[] 人[じん] で[] なく[] ドイツ[] 人[じん] だっ[] た[] 。[]
El hombre con el que hablé era alemán, no americano.
جس بندے سے بات کر رہا تھا وہ جرمن ہے، امریکی نہیں۔
De persoon met wie ik sprak was Duits, niet Amerikaans.
El hombre al que le hablé no era americano, sino alemán.
'amerI'qa' SepjIjQa'ngan ghaHbe' ghot'e' vIja'pu'bogh, DoyIchlanngan ghaH.