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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #246717.
added by alexmarcelo, October 4, 2012 at 9:36 PM
In Kyoti puella habitat.
I'm unlinking it, Lisa. Thanks.
BTW, it wouldn't be "in Kyoti", but simply "Kyoti" or "Kiotii". No preposition is required.
Could you please correct/unlink your German translation?
Oh, and the Russian, too.
Yes, you are right. The locative is used with names of towns and small islands ending in -us, -a, -um and is identical to the genitive singular. Would you agree to that? ☺
I have unlinked the German and Russian sentences.
Yes, and we also use the Locative with some common nouns, such as "domus" (domi = at home) and "rus" (ruri = in the country).
Thanks for unlinking... My brain usually reads "Tokyo" and "Kyoto" the same way...
I know exactly what you mean. ‘I’, ‘we’, and ‘Tom’ also look the same to me sometimes. ☺