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Hello, John! How are you?
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  • saeb
  • May 27th 2010, 18:14
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  • Zifre
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  • Nero
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Sentence #30307

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Hello, John! How are you?
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ara
مرحباً جون ، كيف حالك؟
deu
He, John, wie geht's?
deu
Grüß dich, John! Wie geht's?
deu
Hallo, Johannes! Wie geht es dir?
epo
Saluton Johano! Kiel vi fartas?
est
Tere, John! Kuidas sul läheb?
fra
Salut, John ! Comment vas-tu ?
grn
Maitei, John! Mba'eichapa reko?
heb
שלום, ג'ון! מה שלומך?
ita
Ciao, John! Come va?
jbo
coi djan do mo
jbo
coi djan .i pei
jpn
やあジョン元気かい?
やあ[] ジョン[] 元気[げんき] かい[] ?[]
lat
Salve, Ioannes! Ut vales?
lvs
Sveiks, John! Kā tev iet?
nld
Hallo John! Hoe gaat het?
por
Oi, John! Como vai?
que
Rimaykullayki, John! Allillanchu?
rus
Привет, Джон! Как у тебя дела?
spa
¡Hola, John! ¿Cómo estás?
tur
Merhaba, John! Nasılsın?
tur
Merhaba, John! Nasılsınız?
uig
سالام، جوڭ! سەن قانداقراق؟
deu
Hallo John! Wie geht's?
epo
Ho, John, kiel vi?
glg
Ola, John! Como estás?
hun
Szia John! Hogy vagy?
nds
Moin John. Wo geiht di dat?
pol
Witam Cię, John! Jak się masz?
por
Olá, João! Como estás?
tam
வணக்கம், ஜான்! எப்படி இருக்கிறீர்கள்?
ukr
Привіт, Джон! Як у тебе справи?