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The population of Japan is larger than that of Britain.
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Sentence #281426

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The population of Japan is larger than that of Britain.

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Showcmn
日本的人口比英国多。
rìběn de rénkǒu bǐ Yīngguó duō 。
Showjpn
日本人の人口は英国の人口より多い。
日本人[ニッポンジン] の[ノ] 人口[ジンコウ] は[ハ] 英国[エイコク] の[ノ] 人口[ジンコウ] より[ヨリ] 多い[オオイ] 。[。]
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日本の人口はイギリスよりも多い。
日本[ニッポン] の[ノ] 人口[ジンコウ] は[ハ] イギリス[イギリス] より[ヨリ] も[モ] 多い[オオイ] 。[。]
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日本个人口比英国多。
ɲiɪˀ¹². pən³⁴. gəˀ¹². ɲin²³. kʰɤ³⁴. pi³⁴. in⁵³. goˀ¹². tu⁵³. 。

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  1. May 5th 2011, 09:40
    hey, I'm not sure about this but should United Kingdom, Great Britain (Britain), England be handled separately ? I don't know either what the Japanese goes by.
    So far Spanish and Catalan say England; French, Italian, Polish and English stand with Great-Britain or Britain; and Chinese ones have United Kingdom.
  2. May 5th 2011, 17:06
    Both 英国 and イギリス refer to the United Kingdom (the state).

    I believe, that the term “Britain” may actually refer to either the state of the United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) or the island of Great Britain.

    See for example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Britain
  3. May 5th 2011, 17:20
    >I believe, that the term “Britain” may actually refer to either the state of the United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) or the island of Great Britain.

    Britain refers to the island. Northern Ireland is not located in Britain but in Ireland which is yet another very distinct island if you look on a map... Hence the difference between the UK and Britain.
  4. May 5th 2011, 18:10

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