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私どものウェブサイトhttp://www.example.comは、あなたに必要な情報を全てお伝えします。

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Sentence #361150

jpn
私どものウェブサイトhttp://www.example.comは、あなたに必要な情報を全てお伝えします。
私[わたし] ども[] の[] ウェブ[] サイト[] http[] :[] /[] /[] www[] .[] example[] .[] com[] は[] 、[] あなた[] に[] 必要[ひつよう] な[] 情報[じょうほう] を[] 全て[すべて] お伝え[おつたえ] し[] ます[] 。[]
eng
Our Web site, http://www.example.com will tell you all you need to know.
ara
موقعنا: http://www.example.com سيخبرك عن كل ما تريد أن تعرفه.
deu
Auf unserer Website http://www.example.com erfahren Sie alles, was sie wissen müssen.
deu
Auf unserer Netzpräsenz http://www.beispiel.de erfahren Sie alles Nötige.
ita
Il nostro sito Web http://www.example.com ti dirà tutto quello che devi sapere.
ita
Il nostro sito Web http://www.example.com ti dirà tutto quello che deve sapere.
ita
Il nostro sito Web http://www.example.com ti dirà tutto quello che dovete sapere.
nld
Op onze website, http://www.example.com, staat alle informatie die je nodig hebt.

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blay_paul
May 22nd 2010, 07:49
The Japanese was from a real site that included the http:// in the text.
blay_paul
May 22nd 2010, 08:24
> In recent years, at least, I don't think I've ever heard people
> say the "http://" part in either English or Japanese.

Well, it wasn't _said_. It wasn't clickable either, but I think it was not a very internet savvy site.
JeroenHoek
May 22nd 2010, 11:25
This sentence originally had a URL for a Japanese company, but it 404'ed so I replaced it with the neutral example URL. It was probably copied from some website by the Japanese student who wrote it down for prof. Tanaka in the early days of this corpus.

http://(website) is just the way we write URLs. Even in a letter where you can't click it I would write http://www.example.org, it's simply the convention.

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