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riccioberto - May 20th 2011, 14:57
I want to study Japan's history at the university.
riccioberto - May 20th 2011, 14:57
linked to 900286
phil77 - May 20th 2011, 22:02
linked to 900794
darinmex - Oct 2nd 2011, 19:13
linked to 1143519
alexmarcelo - Jul 1st 2012, 20:22
linked to 900289
alexmarcelo - Jul 1st 2012, 20:23
linked to 1148640
wwkudu - Sep 3rd 2012, 14:41
linked to 1814546
riccioberto - Sep 3rd 2012, 14:42
I want to study Japan's history at university.
wwkudu - Sep 3rd 2012, 17:50
linked to 1814903
martinod - Mar 28th 2013, 16:22
linked to 900291
martinod - Mar 28th 2013, 16:25
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Sentence #900294

I want to study Japan's history at university.

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Sep 3rd 2012, 05:36
Do you mean "history at university", i.e. study at university level/any university? Or is this an extract from a context where there is a specific university in mind, or it is being studied at the local museum ("history at the university"). It makes a difference for some translations, hence my question. Tks!
Sep 3rd 2012, 11:20
I meant "history at university level". Is "history at university" more correct in this case?
Sep 3rd 2012, 14:39
Yes, study history at university fits that meaning better.
Sep 3rd 2012, 14:42
Ok, thanks, I've changed it.

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