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In Europe people regard punctuality as a matter of course.
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In Europe, people regard punctuality as a matter of course.
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Sentence #30031

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In Europe, people regard punctuality as a matter of course.

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  1. May 1st 2014, 01:01
    Really??
  2. CK
    May 1st 2014, 01:12
    >In Europe people regard punctuality as a matter of course.

    Personally, I'd add in a comma.

    FROM:
    In Europe people regard punctuality as a matter of course.
    TO:
    In Europe, people regard punctuality as a matter of course.


    al_ex_an_der,

    Note that the Tatoeba Project asks that you not adopt sentences that aren't in your native language.

    http://en.wiki.tatoeba.org/arti...r-own-native-l
  3. May 1st 2014, 05:56
    "Really??"

    Maybe, in Germany they do. But not in Russia.

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