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Posted 4/26/09
Well, it's a simple translation with a complicated meaning.

BOKU - masculine form of I
--> BOKU RA makes it plural

GA - subject marker

ITA - plain form of IMASHITA which is a Past-Tense existence verb for people and not things


So it literally means We Were Here.

HOWEVER! Because the subject is GA, the verb is intransitive. So instead of it being "We Were Here (because we walked here of our own accord)" it becomes "We Were Here (because God/fate put us here).
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Posted 6/17/09

ko7- wrote:

Well, it's a simple translation with a complicated meaning.

BOKU - masculine form of I
--> BOKU RA makes it plural

GA - subject marker

ITA - plain form of IMASHITA which is a Past-Tense existence verb for people and not things


So it literally means We Were Here.

HOWEVER! Because the subject is GA, the verb is intransitive. So instead of it being "We Were Here (because we walked here of our own accord)" it becomes "We Were Here (because God/fate put us here).


_wow,, a nice job.. hehe..^^

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Posted 9/1/10
we were there. <3
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Posted 12/30/10
I Think it's "Our Existence" ?
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That is what also think it means because around an episode she said "that was when Yano was seventeen" which made me think that now she is older and is telling us the story of Yano and her.
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We Were There
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