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xtofu80 - Jul 2nd 2010, 21:39
Ich bin in einer Stunde wieder zurück.
xtofu80 - Jul 2nd 2010, 21:39
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xtofu80 - Jul 2nd 2010, 21:39
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jerom - Jul 5th 2010, 13:04
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xtofu80 - Jul 7th 2010, 06:12
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Sudajaengi - Jun 17th 2011, 17:58
Ich bin in einer Stunde wieder zurück.
Sudajaengi - Jun 17th 2011, 17:58
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slomox - Jun 20th 2011, 14:24
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Silja - Jun 30th 2014, 12:06
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Ich bin in einer Stunde wieder zurück.

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Jul 4th 2010, 16:17
Which does this match - the English or the Japanese?
Jul 6th 2010, 21:06
> You have commented on the wrong sentence, haven't you?


> I have disconnected the other English translation "going out".

I don't think you should have - didn't you read what qahwa said?
Jul 6th 2010, 21:07

Means "After one hour I go out (and return later)."
It _doesn't_ mean "I will be back in one hour."

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