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What is important is to keep this is mind.
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What is important is to keep this in mind.
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Sentence #275709

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What is important is to keep this in mind.

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大事な事はこれをずっと覚えておく事です。
大事[ダイジ] な[ナ] 事[コト] は[ハ] これ[コレ] を[ヲ] ずっと[ズット] 覚え[オボエ] て[テ] おく[オク] 事[コト] です[デス] 。[。]
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大事なことはこれをずっと覚えておくことだ。
大事[ダイジ] な[ナ] こと[コト] は[ハ] これ[コレ] を[ヲ] ずっと[ズット] 覚え[オボエ] て[テ] おく[オク] こと[コト] だ[ダ] 。[。]

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  1. Jan 20th 2013, 16:12
    Should be 'keep this IN mind'.
  2. Jan 20th 2013, 16:13
    Though, this then becomes a dupe and should probably be removed.
  3. Jan 20th 2013, 18:43
    Don't worry; duplicates will get merged. Notice that this sentence has a Japanese translation. That's why we should avoid deleting sentences.
  4. Jan 20th 2013, 18:55
    I believe the other has japanese translation too. thanks for fixing tho.
  5. Jan 20th 2013, 19:03
    If you're an English native speaker, you can click on the "adopt" symbol to own this sentence. You can do the same with other orphan sentences. When you own a sentence, you're able to correct it, and we'll be very glad if you do that.

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