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I know an American girl who speaks Japanese very well.
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Sentence #28948

I know an American girl who speaks Japanese very well.

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私[わたし] は[] 日本語[にほんご] を[] 上手[じょうず] に[] 話す[はなす] アメリカ[] 人[じん] を[] 知っ[しっ] て[] いる[] 。[]
私[わたし] は[] 日本語[にほんご] を[] とても[] 上手[じょうず] に[] 話す[はなす] アメリカ[] 人[じん] の[] 女の子[おんなのこ] を[] 知っ[しっ] て[] い[] ます[] 。[]
わたし[] は[] 日本語[にほんご] を[] とても[] じょうず[] に[] 話す[はなす] アメリカ[] の[] 女[おんな] の[] こ[] を[] 知っ[しっ] て[] い[] ます[] 。[]
wǒ rènshi yī ge Měiguó nǚhái rìyǔ shuō děi hěn hǎo 。