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翻訳お願いします!!

Not at all! That was perfect english!! I'm impressed! And,lol,so much better then my japanese!

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そんなこと全然無いよ!完璧な英語だった!感心しちゃったよ!それに(笑)私の日本語より、ずっと上手いよ! thenはthanのつづり間違い。

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