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I didn't marry her because I loved her.
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  • Alois
  • Nov 18th 2011, 21:10
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Sentence #28725

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I didn't marry her because I loved her.
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dan
Jeg giftede mig ikke med hende fordi jeg elskede hende.
epo
Mi ne edziĝis al ŝi ĉar mi amis ŝin.
fra
Je ne l'ai pas épousée parce que je l'aimais.
fra
Ce n'est pas parce que je l'aimais que je l'ai épousée.
heb
לא נשאתי אותה לאישה כי אהבתי אותה.
jpn
愛すればこそ彼女と結婚しなかった。
(あい)すれば こそ 彼女(かのじょ)結婚(けっこん) しなかった 。
nob
Jeg giftet meg ikke med henne fordi jeg elsket henne.
pol
Nie ożeniłem się z nią, bo ją kochałem.
por
Não me casei com ela porque a amava.
spa
No me casé con ella por amor.
tur
Onu sevdiğim için onunla evlenmedim.
isl
Ég giftist henni ekki vegna þess að ég elskaði hana.
por
Não me casei com ela por amor.
rus
Я женился на ней не по любви.
srp
Nisam se oženio njom, jer je volim.

Comments

sysko
May 27th 2010, 00:29
love is weird :p (or maybe her and her are not the same:p)
saeb
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?)
blay_paul
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.
blay_paul
May 27th 2010, 01:02
D'oh! I should know better than to post at midnight.