When did you come to Japan?
A party is being held at the dormitory where Anna lives. She introduces her Mexican classmate Rodrigo to Sakura.
ITSU NIHON NI KIMASHITA KA
|さくら||ロドリゴさんはいつ日本に来ましたか。|| Rodrigo, when did you come to Japan?
|Sakura|| RODORIGO-SAN WA ITSU NIHON NI KIMASHITA KA.
Rodrigo, when did you come to Japan?
|ロドリゴ||３月に来ました。|| I came in March.
|Rodrigo|| SANGATSU NI KIMASHITA.
I came in March.
|さくら||もう日本の生活に慣れた？|| Have you got used to living in Japan by now?
|Sakura|| MÔ NIHON NO SEIKATSU NI NARETA?
Have you got used to living in Japan by now?
|ロドリゴ||ええ、まあ。|| Yeah, to some extent.
|Rodrigo|| Ê, MÂ.
Yeah, to some extent.
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