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"I was at a Mister Donuts when you called me."
あなたが私に電話をくれた時、私はミスター・ドーナツにいた。
*'Mister Donuts' has many chain restaurants throughout Japan. So I was staying at one of them and put 'a', not 'the'. Am I correct?

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Is this correct?
"I was at a Mister Donuts when you called me."
あなたが私に電話をくれた時、私はミスター・ドーナツにいた。
*'Mister Donuts' has many chain restaurants throughout Japan. So I was staying at one of them and put 'a', not 'the'. Am I correct?
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