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Postby katafei » Sat 11.27.2010 5:16 pm

http://www.japanlanguagesolutions.com/B ... Letter.htm
In the above letter, who is the sender and who is the recipient?
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Re: japanese letter

Postby NileCat » Sat 11.27.2010 7:04 pm

3 is writing to 2. :)
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Re: japanese letter

Postby katafei » Sun 11.28.2010 4:38 am

Thank once again, Nilecat-san... :idea:
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Re: japanese letter

Postby phreadom » Sun 11.28.2010 7:32 am

I know it seems a bit much to ask... but could we get a point by point explanation of which point is which?

Just a "1) is ?? 2) is ?? 3) is ??" etc...

I don't see an explanation on the site on a cursory check... so it would be nice to know, for future reference, what each part is. :)

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Re: japanese letter

Postby NileCat » Sun 11.28.2010 12:52 pm

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Re: japanese letter

Postby katafei » Sun 11.28.2010 3:50 pm

super, NileCat!
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Re: japanese letter

Postby phreadom » Sun 11.28.2010 5:40 pm

NileCat wrote:I found the description.
http://www.proz.com/translation-articles/articles/2531/


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