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Sentence #4851

jpn
愛してる。
愛し[あいし] てる[] 。[]

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我爱你。
我愛你。
wǒ ài nǐ 。

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trotter
Apr 21st 2009, 02:25
"itoshi teru", vraiment...?
TRANG
Apr 21st 2009, 15:06
Non effectivement. C'est le convertisseur japonais->romaji qui convertit pas toujours correctement. En tous cas c'est corrigé.

Si tu n'as pas encore lu, il y a des explications concernant le romaji des phrases dans Tatoeba ici : http://blog.tatoeba.org/2009/02...anization.html

Et ici concernant les règles de romanization qu'il faudrait idéalement suivre : http://blog.tatoeba.org/2009/02...or-romaji.html (quoique c'est pas vraiment des règles définitive vu que certaines peuvent être contestables, mais bon)

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