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I realized American children.
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I realized something about American children.

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Sentence #253001

I realized something about American children.

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私[わたし] は[] アメリカ[] の[] 子供[こども] について[] 気づい[きづい] た[] こと[] が[] ある[] 。[]


Nov 17th 2010, 10:43
Japanese speakers, please have a look at this sentence.
Apr 22nd 2011, 16:17
@TC[jpn]: Noticed?
Jan 17th 2012, 04:48
My translation is
"I realized something about American children."
Jun 21st 2012, 07:19
This sentence is incomplete.
Jul 2nd 2012, 17:56
Who wrote whst first?
I HAVE realized something about American children.

I realized something about American children.

I suppose that would be the correct pairing...

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