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She ordered the book from London.
  • Dejo
  • Oct 28th 2010, 22:11
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Sentence #309919

eng
She ordered the book from London.
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cmn
她从伦敦订了这本书。
她從倫敦訂了這本書。
tā cóng Lúndūn dìng le zhè běn shū 。
dan
Hun bestilte bogen fra London.
deu
Sie hat das Buch aus London bestellt.
deu
Sie bestellte das Buch von London aus.
epo
Ŝi mendis la librojn el Londono.
fra
Elle a commandé le livre de Londres.
fra
Elle a commandé le livre à Londres.
fra
Elle a commandé le livre depuis Londres.
jpn
彼女は、その本をロンドンに注文した。
彼女(かのじょ) は 、 その (ほん) を ロンドン に 注文(ちゅうもん) した 。
rus
Она заказала книгу из Лондона.
tur
Kitabı Londra'dan ısmarladı.
ber
Tessuter-d adlis-nni seg London.
cmn
她在伦敦订了这本书。
她在倫敦訂了這本書。
tā zài Lúndūn dìng le zhè běn shū 。
nds
Se deed dat Book von London ut bestellen.
tur
Kitabı Londra'dan sipariş etti.

Comments

sacredceltic
Mar 12th 2011, 17:17
does that mean that she was in London when she ordered that book, or that she ordered it to be delivered from London ?
Because the French translation means the 1st option and I have a doubt...
Swift
Mar 12th 2011, 18:27
It can be both.
sacredceltic
Mar 12th 2011, 18:33
the precision of English will always amaze me...