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I didn't marry her because I loved her.
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Sentence #28725

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I didn't marry her because I loved her.

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Comments

  1. May 27th 2010, 00:29
    love is weird :p (or maybe her and her are not the same:p)
  2. May 27th 2010, 00:43
    ya sounds a bit repetitive.
    how about:
    'I didn't marry her because of love.'

    (or that's not what you're concerned about?)
  3. May 27th 2010, 00:52
    The English is ambiguous in meaning, but the Japanese isn't.

    The current English could mean

    "It was because I loved her that I didn't marry her."
    or
    "I married her, but not because I loved her."

    The Japanese makes it clear that it is the first meaning here.
  4. May 27th 2010, 01:02
    D'oh! I should know better than to post at midnight.

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