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It is Mrs. Lee, Susan's mother, in London.
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Sentence #29303

eng
It is Mrs. Lee, Susan's mother, in London.
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ber
D Massa Lee, d yemma-s n Susan, deg London.
fra
C'est madame Lee, la mère de Susan, à Londres.
ina
Hic, London, qui parla es seniora Lee, le matre de Susan.
jpn
ロンドンにいるスーザンの母、リー夫人である。
ロンドン[] に[] いる[] スーザン[] の[] 母[はは] 、[] リー[] 夫人[ふじん] で[] ある[] 。[]
lit
Tai yra ponia Li, Siuzanos motina, Londone.
por
Essa é a senhora Lee, a mãe de Susan, em Londres.
por
Aqui de Londres quem fala é a senhora Lee, mãe de Susan.
spa
Es la señora Lee, la madre de Susan, en Londres.
urd
یہ محترمہ لی ہے، سوزن کی والدہ، لندن میں۔
epo
Ŝi estas sinjorino Lee, la patrino de Suzan, en Londono.

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AlanF_US
Oct 16th 2013, 14:13
Annotation: This sentence might be the response to "Who's speaking to you on the phone?" If instead the question were directed at the speaker ("Who's speaking?"), she would be more likely to identify herself with "This" rather than "It" ("This is Mrs. Lee...").

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