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    trunklayer
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    Sorry for bothering everyone, but reading about “if”, I’ve come upon the following sentence:

    えいが を み に いきたかったら ”Cineplex” に いきたい です。
    If we go to see a movie, I want to go to “Cineplex.”

    I’m probably wrong, but I thought that
    “えいが を み に いきたかったら ”Cineplex” に いきたい です。”
    should mean
    “If we want to go to see a movie, I want to go to “Cineplex.””.
    And
    “If we go to see a movie, I want to go to “Cineplex.””
    should mean
    “えいが を み に いったら ”Cineplex” に いきたい です。”
    Where am I wrong?

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    #49220

    Joel
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    No, you’re completely correct – Koichi’s translation is wrong.

    #49222

    trunklayer
    Member

    Thanks for the help!

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