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Is その always or only occasionally a demonstrative adjective?
The following Japanese sentence was translated with その as "the": その 仕事の一部を誰かにやってもらったほうがいい。 You should get someone else to do some of the work for you. while I translated it with その as "that": ...
Feb 7 '12 at 20:52
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