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Difference between 「来ませんでした」and「来なかったです」 [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: Is じゃないです equally correct as じゃありません? Both have the same meaning ("did not come") and according to my Japanese co-workers both are acceptable while they can't define the ...
Feb 24 '12 at 6:40
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