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25 February

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“I ate ~ for dinner today.”
How do you read this sentence aloud?

“I ate blah blah for dinner today.”
or, “I ate blank blank for dinner today.” ?

Which one is correct?

In Japanese, we say it “なになに,” like, “私は晩ご飯になになにを食べました.”

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