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  • date unknown
I think so.
  • date unknown
linked to #160449
linked to #331605
  • CK
  • Jul 22nd 2010, 12:35
unlinked from #147673
linked to #147673
unlinked from #147673
linked to #474072
  • saeb
  • Nov 13th 2010, 08:38
linked to #616375
  • saeb
  • Nov 13th 2010, 08:38
linked to #616376
  • saeb
  • Nov 13th 2010, 09:06
linked to #616477
linked to #787941
linked to #787942
linked to #824631
unlinked from #331657
linked to #911608
linked to #911611
linked to #911635
linked to #1030652
  • duran
  • Nov 20th 2011, 05:46
linked to #1249918
  • duran
  • Nov 20th 2011, 05:46
linked to #1249919
unlinked from #331607
linked to #1437426
linked to #1437427
linked to #1251025
linked to #2280025
linked to #2280026
linked to #2280027
linked to #2280029
linked to #2280030
linked to #2280032
linked to #2280033
linked to #2513699
linked to #2514418
linked to #2514413
linked to #2671374
  • CK
  • Oct 6th 2014, 18:42
linked to #2635186

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Sentence #254072

eng
I think so.

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Comments

icietla
Feb 15th 2009, 03:04
I'm not a Japanese but I think it's rather : そう思いす。
killer4o
Sep 16th 2009, 18:10
I think it depends on context - the Japanese seems to mean "I think it is possible", whereas the English could mean that if it is an answer to the question "Is it possible".

I don't know French or German though, so I don't know which one would be better to change - the Japanese or the English. The French one says "...possible" which could mean it is possible, but let's see if someone French/German-speaking could help here.
sugisaki
Oct 21st 2009, 06:58
I think German one say something like "I think it works"

I would say all translations are not good although French and Japanese are similar
xtofu80
May 27th 2011, 14:10
Killer4o: In the case many many sentences are linked together, it is not advisable to change a sentence any more but to create a new sentence and change the links. Changing a sentence should only be done when you only change a typo or a grammatical mistake, but not to change a sentence into a completely new sentence, since then all the other translations have to be checked for correctness as well.
marcelostockle
Dec 26th 2011, 21:20
Requesting unlinking from
http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show/331607

Note: strange thing, I can't see that sentence in the log, nor this one in the other's log.

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