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YOU SAID:

a bus is a vehicle that runs twice as fast when you are after it as when you are in it

INTO JAPANESE

バスはあなたがそれの中にいるときよりもあなたがそれの後にあるときに2倍速く走る乗り物です

BACK INTO ENGLISH

The bus is a vehicle that runs twice as fast when you are after it than when you are in it

INTO JAPANESE

バスはあなたがそれの中にいるときよりもあなたがそれの後にあるときの方が2倍速く走る乗り物です。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

A bus is a vehicle that runs twice as fast when you are behind it than when you are in it.

INTO JAPANESE

バスとは、背後にいるときよりも2倍速く走る車両です。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

A bus is a vehicle that runs twice as fast as when you are behind you.

INTO JAPANESE

バスはあなたがあなたの後ろにいるときの2倍の速さで走る車です。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

A bus is a car that runs twice as fast as you are behind you.

INTO JAPANESE

バスはあなたがあなたの後ろにいるよりも2倍速く走る車です。

BACK INTO ENGLISH

A bus is a car that runs twice as fast as you are behind you.

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That didn't even make that much sense in English.

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