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All of a sudden a dog began barking.
  • date unknown
linked to #123297
linked to #417061
  • saeb
  • Jul 8th 2010, 23:08
linked to #422613
linked to #672896
linked to #672897
  • CK
  • Nov 2nd 2011, 12:17
All of a sudden, a dog began barking.
  • Nero
  • Nov 2nd 2011, 19:01
unlinked from #417061
  • Nero
  • Nov 2nd 2011, 19:02
unlinked from #672897
  • Nero
  • Nov 2nd 2011, 19:02
unlinked from #672896
linked to #1213196
  • Nero
  • Apr 11th 2012, 03:26
linked to #1526375
linked to #1993482
linked to #2505772

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Sentence #280701

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All of a sudden, a dog began barking.

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sacredceltic
Nov 2nd 2011, 18:34
a dog
≠ der Hund
≠ le chien
≠ el perro
sacredceltic
Nov 2nd 2011, 18:44
I think the Japanese is...It's from Tanaka...
sacredceltic
Nov 2nd 2011, 18:57
of the English AND Japanese...that's the problem...
Wrong translations should be unlinked. You're the Corpus Maintainer...

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