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In Europe and America people regard punctuality as a matter of course.
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In Europe and America, people regard punctuality as a matter of course.

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Sentence #25653

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In Europe and America, people regard punctuality as a matter of course.

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欧米では時間厳守は当然の事と考えられている。
欧米[オウベイ] で[デ] は[ハ] 時間[ジカン] 厳守[ゲンシュ] は[ハ] 当然[トウゼン] の[ノ] 事[コト] と[ト] 考え[カンガエ] られ[ラレ] て[テ] いる[イル] 。[。]

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  1. Sep 3rd 2013, 17:45
    Seems OK.

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